Realising the European network of biodosimetry (RENEB)

U. Kulka, L. Ainsbury, M. Atkinson, J. F. Barquinero, L. Barrios, C. Beinke, G. Bognar, A. Cucu, F. Darroudi, P. Fattibene, O. Gil, E. Gregoire, V. Hadjidekova, S. Haghdoost, R. Herranz, A. Jaworska, C. Lindholm, R. Mkacher, S. Mörtl, A. MontoroJ. Moquet, M. Moreno, A. Ogbazghi, U. Oestreicher, F. Palitti, G. Pantelias, I. Popescu, M. J. Prieto, H. Romm, K. Rothkamm, L. Sabatier, S. Sommer, G. Terzoudi, A. Testa, H. Thierens, F. Trompier, I. Turai, V. Vandersickel, P. Vaz, P. Voisin, A. Vral, F. Ugletveit, C. Woda, A. Wojcik

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In Europe, a network for biological dosimetry has been created to strengthen the emergency preparedness and response capabilities in case of a large-scale nuclear accident or radiological emergency. Through the RENEB (Realising the European Network of Biodosimetry) project, 23 experienced laboratories from 16 European countries will establish a sustainable network for rapid, comprehensive and standardised biodosimetry provision that would be urgently required in an emergency situation on European ground. The foundation of the network is formed by five main pillars: (1) the ad hoc operational basis, (2) a basis of future developments, (3) an effective quality-management system, (4) arrangements to guarantee long-term sustainability and (5) awareness of the existence of RENEB. RENEB will thus provide a mechanism for quick, efficient and reliable support within the European radiation emergency management. The scientific basis of RENEB will concurrently contribute to increased safety in the field of radiation protection. © World Health Organization 2012. All rights reserved.
Original languageEnglish
Article numberncs157
Pages (from-to)621-625
JournalRadiation Protection Dosimetry
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2012


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