Online Registration Form

Exhibit Personnel contact Amy Sullivan to register


Preregistration Deadline: 05 June 2019

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If you agree your name, address and email information will be provided to all HPS Exhibitors after the meeting.

Your Housing during the meeting:

*REGISTRATION FEES: (Select Appropriate Category) Preregistration
(Fees after June 5 in brackets)
HPS Member (Mon. Reception, Exhibitor Lunches)
HPS Members in Good Standing Only. Requires log-in in the green fields at the top of this form.
Renew your membership via HPS.org (opens in new window)
$625.00 ($625.00)
Non-Member (Mon. Reception, Exhibitor Lunches)
*Includes Complimentary 2019 Associate Membership - FIRST TIME MEMBERS ONLY - you will need to join at https://hps.org/join/ to submit your information and mailing address in order to take advantage of this offer. If you have questions - email Laurie Mullins (lmullins@burkinc.com).
$738.00 ($738.00)
Non-Member - no membership included (Mon. Reception, Exhibitor Lunches) $840.00 ($840.00)
Emeritus Member (Mon. Reception, Exhibitor Lunches)
Available to 2019 HPS Emeritus members only
HPS Members in Good Standing Only. Requires log-in in the green fields at the top of this form.
$313.00 ($313.00)
HPS Member CEL Lecturer (Mon. Reception, Exhibitor Lunches)
HPS Members in Good Standing Only. Requires log-in in the green fields at the top of this form.
$363.00 ($363.00)
HPS Non-Member CEL Lecturer (Mon. Reception, Exhibitor Lunches)
*Includes Complimentary 2019 Associate Membership - FIRST TIME MEMBERS ONLY - you will need to join at https://hps.org/join/ to submit your information and mailing address in order to take advantage of this offer. If you have questions - email Laurie Mullins (lmullins@burkinc.com).
$533.00 ($533.00)
One Day Registration: Monday Only $294.00 ($294.00)
One Day Registration: Tuesday Only $294.00 ($294.00)
One Day Registration: Wednesday Only $294.00 ($294.00)
One Day Registration: Thursday Only $294.00 ($294.00)
Student (Mon. Reception, Exhibitor Lunches) $74.00 ($74.00)
One Day Registration: Student Monday Only $42.00 ($42.00)
One Day Registration: Student Tuesday Only $42.00 ($42.00)
One Day Registration: Student Wednesday Only $42.00 ($42.00)
One Day Registration: Student Thursday Only $42.00 ($42.00)
None of the above categories  
Companion (Mon. Reception, Breakfast, Exhibitor Lunches) $116.00 ($116.00)
Emeritus Companion (Mon. Reception, Breakfast, Exhibitor Lunches) $58.00 ($58.00)
If Registering - Companion Name: 
AAHP Awards Lunch Ticket(s) (Tues.) CHP x $11
AAHP Awards Lunch Ticket(s) (Tues.) Guest x $16






Important Note: Course registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Please be aware that regardless of how you register, you are not guaranteed a space in an AAHP course or PEP course. You will be sent a confirmation email when your registration is processed.
AAHP Courses - Saturday, July 6
AAHP-1 Radiation Risk Assessment (Walker, Dolislager), 8am - 5pm $415.00
AAHP-2 2019 Radiological Operations Support Specialist (ROSS) Continuing Education Training (Buddemeier), 8am - 5pm $415.00
AAHP-3 Medical Health Physics (Brunette, Konerth, Martel), 8am - 5pm $415.00
None of the above courses


PEP Courses
Sunday, 7/7, 8:00 - 10:00 AM
1-A DOE-STD-1153-2019 A Graded Approach for Evaluating Radiation Doses to Aquatic and Terrestrial Biota
(McLellan)
1-B Basic Training for the NRRPT exam - Fundamentals (Voss)
1-C Fundamentals of Reproducible Research (LaBone, Chalmers, Brackett)
1-D Quick and dirty radiological dose assessment following a rad/nuke emergency (Karam)
1-E Integration of Health Physics into Emergency Response (Sugarman)
1-F Design of MARSSIM and MARSAME Surveys (Stuenkel)
1-G Radiation Protection Consideration during Construction, Commissioning and Production of Mo-99 with
a 40 kW 35 MeV Electron Linac (Chowdhury)
1-H RDD Guidance (Buddemeier)
1-I The Fallacy of Safe-Siding Radiation Health Risk (Daxon)

$104.00
Course:
Sunday, 7/7, 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
2-A RESRAD-BIOTA Code for the Evaluation of Radiological Doses to Flora and Fauna (Yu, Kamboj, Cheng, LePoire)
2-B Basic Training for the NRRPT exam - Practical Applications (Voss)
2-C Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (TMSR): Key Radiation Protection Challenges (Sun)
2-D Practical Computational Modeling for Health Physics (1) - Introduction to Monte Carlo Simulations (DewjI)
2-E Alpha Spectroscopy for the Health Physicist (Maddigan)
2-F Evaluation of MARSSIM and MARSAME Surveys (Stuenkel)
2-G Dosimetry methods for second cancer risk estimation following radiotherapy (Mille)
2-H Status of ANSI N42 RPI & HSI standards (Cox)
2-I Evolution of Occupational Radiological Protection (Melo)

$104.00
Course:
Sunday, 7/7, 2:00 - 4:00 PM
3-B Basic Training for the NRRPT exam - Review of the applicable CFRs (Voss)
3-C What Neurosciences Can Tell Us about Radiation Safety Decisions (Johnson)
3-D Practical Computational Modeling for Health Physics (2) - Intermediate Monte Carlo Modeling with
Anthropomorphic Phantoms (EKalinowski, Dewji)
3-E Gamma Spectroscopy for the Health Physicist (Maddigan)
3-F Technical Basis and Operational Experience for Clearance of Personal Property From SLAC Accelerator
Facilities (Liu, Ford, Allan, Rokni)
3-G Federal Radiological Response Teams (Groves)
3-H Neutrons: Discovery, Detection, Applications and Health Physics (Chapman)

$104.00
Course:
Monday, 7/8, 12:15 - 2:15 PM
M-1 A Radiation Protection Program Logic Model: Inputs, Outcomes and Benchmarking Opportunities and
Strategies for Keeping Your Radiation Safety Program on Course in a Sea of Constant Change (Gutierrez, Emery)
M-2 CAP88-PC Version 4.1 Update (Littleton, Wood)
M-3 Harmony in Concepts and Units for Internal Dose Calculations for Nuclear Medicine Applications or
for Protection of Radiation Workers (Stabin)
M-4 How to Choose the Correct Portable Radiation Detection Instrument for Your Needs (Kenoyer)
M-5 Considerations for Implementation of NCRP 179, Guidance for Emergency Response Dosimetry (Salame-Alfie, Chapman)

$104.00
Course:
Tuesday, 7/9, 12:15 - 2:15 PM
T-1 HEU to LEU conversion and the Production of Mo-99 without the use of HEU (Fairobent, Chapman)
T-2 Where Did This Come From? Lessons Learned from High-Routine Bioassay Investigations (Rosenberg)
T-3 An overview and the lessons learned from a response to a radiological event involving potentially
significant internal radiation doses from Americium-241 (Mejias, Dewey)
T-4 Basic Physics for Radiation Detection (Van Cleef)

$104.00
Course:
Wednesday, 7/10, 12:15 - 2:15 PM
W-1 NDA Systems used for the qualification of TRU waste to WIPP (Chapman)
W-2 Fluoroscopic System Evaluation and Radiation Safety Considerations (Borrás)
W-3 A Health Physics Perspective on Prevention Through Design - Modernization of a World-Class Radiation Physics Facility (Mejias)
W-4 Radiation in Flight (Shonka)
W-5 Certification Options for Health Physicists (King, Miller )

$104.00
Course:




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Cancellation/Substitution Policy: Substitutions of meeting participants may be made at any time without penalty. All conference and tour cancellations must be in writing and must reach the HPS Office by 5 June to receive a refund. All refunds will be issued after the meeting minus a 20% processing fee. Refunds will not be issued to no-shows.