Resources The NARR curates a repository of resources related to radiation emergency preparedness from member organizations and beyond. This collection is a one-stop-shop to find information and practical tools for radiation emergency preparedness. Submit a Resource Filter Resources August 2021Radiation and the Skeptical Public: Tips and Tools for Communicating EffectivelyPublic Communication, Research MaterialAugust 2021A History of the Radiation Warning SignResearch MaterialAugust 2021Prenatal X-ray Exposure and the Risk of Developing Pediatric Cancer—A Systematic Review of Risk Markers and a Comparison of International GuidelinesResearch MaterialAugust 2021Radiation-related genomic profile of papillary thyroid carcinoma after the Chernobyl accidentResearch Material, Specific Past Disaster Events, Surveillance / Long-term Follow-upJanuary 2021Nuclear Disarmament Resource CollectionResearch MaterialNovember 2020Commentary No. 30 – Using Personal Monitoring Data to Derive Organ Doses for Medical Radiation Workers, with a Focus on LungMedical Countermeasures / Treatments, Research MaterialNovember 2020Developing a Model for Hospitals’ Emergency Department Preparedness in Radiation and Nuclear Incidents and Nuclear Terrorism in IranResearch MaterialDecember 2019Chernobyl Doctor Fact Checks the HBO Series | Vanity FairNuclear Power Plant Emergencies, Research Material, Specific Past Disaster EventsJanuary 2018Readiness for Radiological and Nuclear Events among Emergency Medical PersonnelDecontamination, Improvised Nuclear Devices (IND), Medical Countermeasures / Treatments, Nuclear Power Plant Emergencies, Radiological Dispersal Devices / Radiological Exposure Devices (RDD / RED), Research Material Submit a Resource We welcome you to send us any content and pertinent information that you feel would be of value for posting on this website. Please click the link below and fill out the form to submit a resource. Submit a Resource More About NARR Contact Us Fill out this form to inquire about public health, healthcare, emergency management, or membership. Readiness 101 Radiation emergencies require coordination from multiple sectors including public health, healthcare, and emergency management. About The Alliance The National Alliance for Radiation Readiness (NARR) is a coalition of public health, healthcare, and emergency management organizations.