SHARE Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) consultation
This survey has been developed to help us guide the on-line consultation in the context of the RICOMET session on "upgrading the strategic research agenda (SRA) in social science and humanities in ionising radiation research and roadmap" to be held on Thursday September 3rd 2020 from 10:00 to 11:30h.
Please indicate if you think a prioritisation of topics should be made in the SHARE SRA (choose one of the following possibilities):
If yes, why do you think the SRA should be prioritised?
There are too many research lines
Certain research topics should be prioritised, as proposed for Research line 4
From your perspective, which research lines do you consider most important?
Most important (1)
Least important (6)
Research line 1: social, political, psychological, historical and economic factors influencing perceptions, expectations and behaviours regarding radiological protection and applications of ionising radiations
Research line 2: Holistic approaches to governance of ionising radiation exposure situations
Research line 3: Responsible research and innovation in radiological protection and applications of ionising radiation
Research line 4: Stakeholder engagement practices in relation to radiological protection and applications of ionising radiation
Research line 5: Risk and health communication
Research line 6: Radiological protection culture
Please briefly indicate why you have this preference
Can you propose criteria and/or a method to help prioritise the SRA?
Who do you think should be involved in the process of prioritisation of the SRA? (more than one answer possible)
All radiological protection platforms now established under MEENAS
Technology platforms addressing related topics such as nuclear energy or radioactive waste management (e.g. IGD-TP, NUGENIA, etc)
Research projects related to ionising radiation
If you had to list a maximum of five research topics identified in the SRA as most important or urgent, which would those be? Please write down the number of the research topic (as indicated in the version of the SRA attached to your invitation) and briefly indicate why.
Example: “Topic 1.5: I think intergenerational ethics is very important because…..”; "Topic 5.21: I think it is urgent to ......"
Any further observations
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