Call for contribution
We welcome abstracts for oral or poster contributions from training providers, governmental organizations, end-users, E&T networks and all other stakeholders who wish to share their recent knowledge and insights with regard to education and training in radiological protection.
Education and training in radiation protection in a virtual setting
-challenges and opportunities-
New didactic methods and methodologies
What are the new didactic methods and methodologies to use in online training? Special attention will be given to the challenges with regard to practical exercises.
The COVID-19 pandemic has boosted the use of tools for online teaching. What is working, what is not? During this conference we are looking forward to sharing best practices.
Can online alternatives fulfill the legal requirements? Can competence building be established via online education and training and how to assess the learning outcomes?
Attracting the young generation
Is there an augmented use of social media and what is organized online for professionals and students to attract a new generation? Which formats tease them?
Effectiveness of communication
Is the effectiveness of communication influenced by COVID-19 measures and tele-working?
Abstracts can no longer be submitted. For questions, please contact academy [at] sckcen [dot] be.
Abstracts will be peer reviewed by the Scientific Programme Committee. Accepted abstracts will be summarized in the ETRAP 2021 Book of Abstracts which will be available online prior to the start of the conference.
Full papers will be published in the ETRAP 2021 Conference Proceedings.
- Deadline for abstracts
18 December 2020
- Notification of acceptance of abstract
1 February 2021
- Deadline for submission of full papers
1 March 2021