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Understanding the relationship between safety culture and safety performance

ORAU researchers Jeffrey Miller, Ph.D., and Davyda Hammond, Ph.D. recently co-author Understanding the relationship between safety culture and safety performance indicators in U.S. nuclear waste cleanup operations, in Safety Science. The study examined the relationship between nuclear safety culture and safety performance by evaluating the relationships between safety culture traits and two types of performance measures—personal safety and operations indicators—for a U.S. nuclear waste cleanup contractor.

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Improving quality of life for cancer survivors throughout their lives: A conversation with Shelley Fuld Nasso

More than 18 million people in the United States are cancer survivors, and survivors are living longer than ever before. At the same time, the health impacts and side effects of cancer treatment can show up many years after treatment has ended. The National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship advocates for quality cancer care for all people touched by cancer. In this episode, Michael Holtz and Matthew Underwood talk to Shelley Fuld Nasso, CEO of NCCS. Full disclosure: Holtz is a member of the NCCS Cancer Policy Advocacy Team, which works with lawmakers on policy issues important to cancer survivors. Topics discussed on this podcast include efforts to pass legislation that would enable survivorship care plans for all survivors so they understand and can prepare for the long-term side effects of treatment; the State of Survivorship survey, which NCCS conducts every year; the need for a longitudinal study for adult cancer survivors; and the importance of caregivers. Nasso also shares the many ways NCCS educates and empowers cancer survivors and caregivers.

To learn more about the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship, visit https://canceradvocacy.org/.

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