2008 Conference Introduction

RRT programme day 1
RRT programme day 2

 Welcome Speech Royal Society 8th & 9th September, 2008 – Eileen O’Connor

“The Stewart Report – then, now and the foreseeable future” – Sir William Stewart

EMF and Health – A global issue: Exploring appropriate precautionary approaches. Royal Society, London, 8 8-9 September 2008 – Prof. Mike Repacholi

The Bioinitiative Report’s Assessment of the Evidence and Policy Advice – David O. Carpenter, M.D.

Asessments of Epidemiologic Research in the Context of EMF – Anders AhlbomBiological Effects of Radiofrequency Fields – Henry Lai

0BHealth Effects, Guidelines and Uncertainty – Zenon Sienkiewicz

Mobile phones, cordless phones and brain tumour risk in different age groups – Lennart Hardell,

EMF AND HEALTH – WHAT FUTURE RESEARCH IS NEEDED – David Coggan

Aspects of studies on the functional impairment electrohypersensitivity – Olle Johansson

Idiopathic Environmental Intolerance – Electrical Sensitivity – James Rubin

Electrosensitivity: A Case for Caution with Precaution – G James Rubin

Paradigm Shifts 20th Century Guidelines seen in the light of 21st Century Science – Dr Grahame Blackwell

Protecting the public from EMF: an EU perspective- Laurent BONTOUX, PhD

Precaution in the context of mobile phones and base stations – an industry perspective – Mike Dolan

What Is Missing In Post-Market Surveillance of Wireless Technology? – George L. Carlo

An Examination of Poor Study Design Resulting in an UNDER UNDER-ESTIMATION of the Risk of Brain Tumors – L. Lloyd Morgan

ICNIRP AND INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS – Paolo Vecchia

EMF & Health – A Global Issue London, 8th & 9th September 2008 – Gerd Oberfeld MD

Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection and EMF RF standards. New conditions of EMF RF exposure and guarantee of the health to population. – Prof. Yu. Grigoryev

Current assessment of the human volunteer laboratory studies – Maila Hietanen

Mobile Phone Base Stations Health and Well being – Michael Kundi

Functionality Disorders in Bees, Birds and Humans – Ulrich Warnke

Precautionary approaches and the SAGE experience – Mike O’Carroll

The WHO International EMF Project: The road ahead – Dr E. van Deventer

How to Protect the Public? Standards of Evidence and Levels of Proof for Taking Action – Sage