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The Bonn Call for Action seeks to foster coordinated work to address issues arising in radiation protection in medicine.
It was issued at an IAEA-organized international conference held in Bonn, Germany in 2012, co-sponsored by WHO, and followed-up at the conference in Vienna, Austria in 2017.
The Bonn conference aimed to:
In 2017, the International Conference on Radiation Protection in Medicine: Achieving Change in Practice reviewed actions and developments since the Bonn conference, with a focus on progress in response to its Call for Action. The Conference reviewed the overall approach to the implementation of these actions and looked at how international organizations and other stakeholders could harmonize their actions for better impact. Stakeholders discussed the new developments affecting radiation protection in medicine.
The Bonn Call for Action proposes 10 actions to improve radiation protection in medicine in the next decade. The tools in the Implementation Toolkit directly support all of these actions.