Evaluation of a radiation survey training video developed from a real-time video radiation detection system
This project incorporates radiation survey training into a real-time video radiation detection system, thus providing a practical perspective for the radiation worker on efficient performance of radiation surveys. Regular surveys to evaluate radiation levels are necessary not only to recognize potential radiological hazards but also to keep the radiation exposure as low as reasonably achievable. By developing and implementing an instructional learning system using a real-time radiation survey training video showing specific categorization of work elements, radiation workers trained with this system demonstrated better radiation survey practice. Copyright © by the Health Physics Society.
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Wang, W., McGlothlin, J., Smith, D., & Matthews, K. (2006). Evaluation of a radiation survey training video developed from a real-time video radiation detection system. Health Physics, 90 (2 SUPPL. 1) https://doi.org/10.1097/01.HP.0000180775.57616.34