I served for more than eight years on the Hanford Health Effects Subcommittee, and was co-chair on the Hanford Health Information Network Resource Center Advisory Board. I served as Co-Chair of the Hanford Health Information Archives, and continue as Vice President of the successor 510(c)(3) to that entity, the Radiochemical Health Effects Archives.
- The Spokesman-Review, February 14, 2016, Hanford Park History Must Include Downwinders
- Al Jazeera America, March 11, 2015, Fukushima Victims Speak. Will Anyone Listen?
- Al Jazeera America, January 15, 2015, Don’t Throw History Out with the Radioactive Bathwater
- Spokane Magazine, featured, October 2013, “Near Nature, Nearly Perfect… But, Near Hanford,” by Paul Hader
- Series of video interviews presented by TalkingstickTV, Seattle
- Interview—Trisha Pritikin—Hanford Downwinder—Part I
- Interview—Trisha Pritikin—Hanford Downwinder—Part II
- Interview—Trisha Pritikin—Hanford Downwinder—Part III
- Interview—Trisha Pritikin—Hanford Downwinder—Part IV
- Interview—Trisha Pritikin—Hanford Downwinder—Part V
- Documentary Video: Radioactive America, produced by Center for Defense Information, Washington, D.C., #1341, http://www.cdi.org/adm
- “Particles on the Wall,” interdisciplinary exhibit using visual art, literary works, science, and memorabilia; exhibit features a personal essay from Trisha. June-October, 2016: REACH Museum, Richland, Washington.
- “Insignificant and Invisible: The Human Toll of the Hanford Thyroid Disease Study,” in Tortured Science: Health Studies, Ethics and Nuclear Weapons, edited by Dianne Quigley, Amy Lowman, and Steve Wing (Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing, 2011).
- “Hanford: Where Traditional Common Law Fails,” Hanford Symposium- Part I: Issues Involving the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, Gonzaga Law Review Volume 30, Number 3, 1994/95.
- The following articles are available online through the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, Article Archives, at www.wagingpeace.org/menu/resources/archives/
- “Chernobyl: The Human Toll” (1996) “National Cancer Institute’s Management of Radiation Studies: A Congressional Investigation (1998)
- “Errors Found in Hanford Thyroid Disease Study,” (2000.)
- “Radiation Fallout Exposures: Demand for Full Disclosure,” (2001)
- “Downwinders Eligible for Worker Compensation and Health Care,” (2001)
- “Science in Environmental Activism,” panel, April, 2016, Rensellaer Institute of Technology, Troy, New York.
- “Hanford Downwinders: Law vs Science in the Courtroom,” classroom presentation, March, 2016 University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
- “Narrating Hanford Downwinders: Particles on the Wall, an Exhibit with a Conscience,” invited lecturer, April 15, 2015, Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington.
- President’s Cancer Panel: Environmental Factors in Cancer: Nuclear Fallout, Electromagnetic Fields and other Radiation Exposure—invited presenter, January 27, 2009, Phoenix, Arizona.
- I-131 Fallout from Nevada Test Site: Informing the Public—invited presenter, January, 2000, Bethesda, Maryland. NCI/ CDC
- Subcommittee to Review the Hanford Thyroid Disease Study Final Results and Report, Committee on Assessment of CDC Radiation Studies, invited presenter, June, 1999, Spokane, Washington.
- “Psychosocial and Public Health Responses to Environmental Accidents—Public Policy Implications”—invited presenter, October, 1998, Aurora, Colorado.
- “Citizen Concerns Regarding Community Involvement: The Hanford Case,” International Society for Environmental Epidemiology/International Society of Exposure Analysis—invited co-presenter with Bob Spengler, ATSDR, and Mike Sage, CDC, August, 1998, Boston, Massachusetts.
- “Health of the Hanford Sites” series of conferences sponsored by HEAL, HHIN, and the University of Washington the 1990s and early 2000s. Frequent invited presenter; details available upon request.
- Hiroshima, Japan—presentation to medical students on history of Hanford releases, health impacts seen among Hanford Downwinders.
- Moorea, French Polynesia—presentation on Hanford health effects to Ill workers and families of workers who had inserted nuclear materials into cores in atolls used for French nuclear tests 1966-74.
- Taipei, Taiwan—addressed Taiwanese legislature regarding Hanford Health effects in response to citizen concerns over the safety of locating nuclear power reactors in the proximity of villages.
- Vancouver, British Columbia—World Peace Forum, Co-Presenter with Nagasaki Survivor, Nuclear Health Effects.
- Stockholm, Sweden—co-author of paper presented which addressed health effects of exposure to I-131.