Radiation: HPA-RPD report series

This report series contains publications of substantial scientific work carried out by the Health Protection Agency's Radiation Protection Division.

This report series contains publications of substantial scientific work carried out by the Health Protection Agency (HPA) Radiation Protection Division. It is a continuation of the NRPB-W series reports published by the National Radiological Protection Board (NRPB) prior to its merger with the HPA. HPA became part of Public Health England on 1 April 2013.

The full HPA-RPD series is available on the UK Government Web Archive. Those reports superseded since publication by the HPA are not reproduced here.

HPA-RPD report series

  1. Polonium-210: individual monitoring after an incident
  2. Ionising radiation: risks from exposure
  3. Radiation: protection and safety guidance for dental cone beam CT equipment
  4. Radiation: risk of childhood cancer among the children of UK women radiation workers
  5. Occupational exposure to ionising radiation: mortality and cancer
  6. Passive radon detectors: results of the 2007 HPA intercomparison
  7. Seaweed: transfer of radioactivity to foodstuffs
  8. PC-CREAM 08: radiological consequences of routine releases
  9. ICRP 2007 recommendations: UK application comments received
  10. Radioactive materials: transport in the UK, 2008 review
  11. Ionising radiation: estimating risk from low doses
  12. Radon exposure in mines: analysis of dose to regions of the lung
  13. Passive radon detectors: results of the 2006 HPA intercomparison
  14. Disposal objectives for solid radioactive waste: proposed advice
  15. Radon: review and atlas for Scotland
  16. Transport of radioactive material by sea
  17. The Health Protection Agency TLD: photon cross-section data
  18. Radioactive materials: transport in the UK, 2007 review
  19. Radon in buildings: validation scheme for measurements
  20. COCO-2: modelling the economic impact of a nuclear accident
  21. Whole-body monitoring: a high-resolution radionuclide identifier
  22. Measuring caesium-137: calibration of instruments
  23. Food products in radiological assessments: delays before consumption
  24. Radiological incidents: contamination of drinking water
  25. Environmental radioactivity surveillance programme: 2006 results
  26. Tritium in crops: contaminated sewage sludge fertiliser
  27. Radon in Flintshire: programme to identify affected homes
  28. Naturally-occurring radioactive materials: transport
  29. Passive radon detectors: results of the 2005 HPA intercomparison
  30. Transport of radioactive materials: UK incidents 2006
  31. Radon: indicative atlas in England and Wales
  32. GRANIS: assessment model for external photon irradiation
  33. EMFs: exposure from lightweight aviation transponders
  34. Gamma source shielding: use of the MCNP-4C2 simulation code
  35. Radiographic, fluoroscopic and dental x-rays: patient dose audits
  36. Passive radon detectors: results of the 2004 NRPB intercomparison
  37. Passive radon detectors: results of the 2003 NRPB intercomparison
  38. Electromagnetic fields: exposure at radio transmitter sites
  39. Depleted uranium (DU): nephrotoxicity and urinary excretion
  40. Depleted uranium (DU): uncertainty analysis of the ICRP systemic model
  41. Depleted uranium (DU): uncertainty analysis
  42. Dental x-ray examinations in the UK, 2002 to 2004: a review
  43. Radioactive materials; transport in the UK, 2005 review
  44. Landfill sites: disposal of very low level radioactive waste
  45. Radiation doses to the public from nuclear installations: guidance
  46. Solar radiation measurements in the UK during 2004 and 2005
  47. Human biokinetics of plutonium: experimental data compilation
  48. Neutron survey instrument performance: practical implications
  49. Passive survey instrument: measuring radiation dose to aircrew
  50. Transport of radioactive materials in the UK: review 1958 to 2004
  51. Sulphur-35: modelling plant uptake
  52. Radiation doses investigated by chromosomal aberration analysis
  53. Biological dosimetry: statistical methods
  54. Electrical sensitivity: definition, epidemiology and management
  55. Accident response: statistical estimation and characterisation
  56. Radiofrequency radiation: personal dosimetry
  57. Transport of radioactive materials: UK incidents 2004
  58. Radionuclide transfer from soil to fruit
  59. Residential magnetic field exposures in the UK: sources
  60. Radionuclides biokinetics database: EULEP
  61. Nuclear medicine in the UK in 2003 and 2004: a survey
  62. Ionising radiation exposure of the UK population: 2005 review
Published 1 October 2008