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Radiation: PHE-CRCE report series

Series of reports from the PHE Centre for Radiation, Chemicals and Environmental Hazards (CRCE).

This series replaces the previous HPA-CRCE series and contains substantial scientific work carried out by CRCE, including work on radiation, chemicals, poisons, and health effects of climate change and extreme events.

Reports in the CRCE series are usually made available in full on this website as PDF (portable document format) files. Please note that PDFs may incorporate a number of blank pages to facilitate printing.

PHE-CRCE-031 to 040

  1. Human plutonium biokinetics: a compilation of experimental data
  2. Potential impact of changes to exemption and clearance
  3. PHE 2015 intercomparison of passive radon detectors
  4. Survey of the transport of radioactive material by road and rail
  5. Radon in homes in Scotland: 2016 data report
  6. Radon in homes in Northern Ireland: 2016 data report
  7. Radon in homes in England: 2016 data report
  8. Radon in homes in Wales: 2016 data report

PHE-CRCE-021 to 030

  1. Ultraviolet radiation and vitamin D: the effects on health
  2. Radon in workplace basements
  3. Environmental radioactivity surveillance programme: 2014 results
  4. Ionising radiation exposure of the UK population: 2010 review
  5. Radiation doses investigated by chromosomal aberration analysis 2006 to 2015
  6. Radon: householder knowledge
  7. Hand-held dental X-ray equipment: guidance on safe use
  8. Passive radon detectors: results of the 2014 PHE intercomparison
  9. Radioactive particles near Sellafield: health risks from seafood

PHE-CRCE-011 to 020

  1. Environmental radioactivity surveillance programme: 2013 results
  2. Internal contamination in people: PHE rapid monitoring facility
  3. UK recovery handbooks for radiation incidents 2015
  4. Radon: indicative atlas for Northern Ireland
  5. Radiotherapy errors and near misses: biennial report
  6. Radiological impact of routine discharges from UK civil nuclear licensed sites
  7. Accidents and incidents involving the transport of radioactive materials in the UK
  8. Computed tomography (CT): national patient dose audits
  9. Detector system for low energy photon emitting radionuclides in the body
  10. Passive radon detectors: results of the 2013 PHE intercomparison

PHE-CRCE-001 to 010

  1. Estimating local mortality burdens associated with particulate air pollution
  2. Shale gas extraction: review of the potential public health impacts of exposures to chemical and radioactive pollutants
  3. Uptake of technetium-99 to terrestrial crops: experimental studies
  4. PHE landfill modelling system (LMS)
  5. Transport of radioactive material by air: survey into the radiological impact
  6. Environmental radioactivity surveillance programme: results for 2012
  7. PHE neutron facility: determination of neutron dose rates
  8. Comparison of NPL and PHE lead equivalence values determined for a number of vinyl materials
  9. Shale gas extraction: review of the potential public health impacts of exposures to chemical and radioactive pollutants (draft for comment)
  10. Passive radon detectors: results of the 2012 HPA intercomparison
Published 9 August 2014
Last updated 16 August 2018 + show all updates
  1. New report added: Human plutonium biokinetics: a compilation of experimental data
  2. Added ‘Potential impact of changes to exemption and clearance’ to ‘PHE-CRCE-031 to 040’
  3. PHE Intercomparison of passive radon detectors added to collection
  4. New report added: Survey of the transport of radioactive material by road and rail
  5. Added 2016 UK radon reports.
  6. Added new report: Ultraviolet radiation, vitamin D and health.
  7. Added PHE-CRCE-028: radon in workplace basements.
  8. Added PHE-CRCE-027: environmental radioactivity surveillance programme 2014 results.
  9. Added PHE-CRCE-026: Ionising Radiation Exposure of the UK Population: 2010 Review.
  10. Added PHE-CRCE-025 to the collection.
  11. The 'Doses from computed tomography (CT) examinations in the UK report' has been uploaded.
  12. First published.