E-ISSN 2319-0612
P-ISSN 2319-0612
Publisher Name Sociedade Brasileira de Proteção Radiológica
Email ecvilela@cnen.gov.br
Language English/Portughese/Spanish
Starting Year 2013
Discipline Interdisciplinary
Frequency Quaterly
Website www.bjrs.org.br
Country Brazil
Accessing Method online
Articles Format PDF
License Type Normal
Impact Factor

0.885 (2016)

   
Description OPEN JOURNAL SYSTEMS Journal Help USER Username Password Remember me Login NOTIFICATIONS View Subscribe LANGUAGE JOURNAL CONTENT Search Search Browse By Issue By Author By Title FONT SIZE Make font size smallerMake font size defaultMake font size larger HOME ABOUT LOGIN REGISTER SEARCH CURRENT ARCHIVES Home > Brazilian Journal of Radiation Sciences Brazilian Journal of Radiation Sciences A way to impact radiation protection culture is by establishing adequate and proper communication processes among all the actors involved in radiation protection applications. In this context, the BJRS as an open access journal, supported by the Brazilian Radiation Protection Society - SBPR, an IRPA associate society, aims to disseminate scientific articles on the major disciplines on radiation sciences, including: Biological and Health Effects of Radiation, Radiation Protection of Patients, Workers, and Members of the Public, Radiation Measurements and Dosimetry, International Recommendations and Regulations, Protection of the Environment, Education and Training, Technology and Development, Communication with Society, Stakeholder Engagement and Involvement, Safety Culture and Risk Perception, Emergency Preparedness and Response, Radioactive Waste Management, Safe Transport of Radioactive Materials, Nuclear Safety, Safeguards and Security of Radioactive Material and Nuclear Legislation. Focus and Scope First, to serve researchers through the immediate publication of important advances in all fields of science, as well as to promote a forum for discussion and to disclose issues referent to science. Second, ensure that the results from scientific jobs are quickly disseminated to the public at large in such a way as to express their importance to knowledge, culture, and daily life.


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