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In March 11, 2011, a 9.0-magnitude earthquake occurred 24 km northeast of the Japanese coastline leading to massive destruction, a secondary tsunami and thousands of deaths and injuries. During the following days, the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant suffered significant damage and lost ability to keep the reactors cool. Radioactive materiel were released in the environment and led to the additional displacement of residents living in the surrounding communities.
|08:10||Clinical and Public Health Consequences of Earthquakes.|
|09:15||Clinical and Public Health Consequences of Tsunamis.|
|10:20||Clinical and Public Health Consequences of NPP Accident.|
|11:20||CERC : Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication|
|13:05||Scenario-Based Tabletop Exercise.|
|16:00||End of course|
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