No extra funding was foreseen for a call for scientific projects within CONCERT. Therefore there is no need to update the short-term joint priority list that was presented in Deliverable D3.3, often referred to as the “Gap Analysis”. On the other hand the joint roadmap has been updated recently within CONCERT WP3. This is a guide for long-term planning of radiation protection research. All platforms contributed actively in the updating of the joint roadmap. A new version of the joint roadmap has been submitted as D3.7 to the Commission early 2020 and was approved. Within this document a list of Game Changers has been defined for the first time. The Game Changers are defined as research issues that, when successfully resolved, have the potential to impact substantially and strengthen the system and/or practice of radiation protection for man and/or the environment through 1) significantly improving the evidence base, 2) developing principles and recommendations, 3) developing standards based on the recommendations and 4) improving practice. The Game Changers are included for information in Table1. This Game Changer list may be regarded as a list of the most important priorities within the joint roadmap. The CONCERT POMs and Stakeholders will be consulted within the last months of the CONCERT project to evaluate the priority of the different Game Changers.
|Publisher||EC - European Commission|
|Number of pages||7|
|State||Published - 1 Feb 2020|