Trisha 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. She 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. Currently, Trisha is the chair of the board of the Washington State nonprofit, Consequences of Radiation Exposure (CORE), a 501(c)(3).
- Voices of the Manhattan Project, https://www.manhattanprojectvoices.org/oral-histories/trisha-pritikins-interview
- Project Save the World Podcast, November 24, 2019: Hanford’s Legacy
- Inlander, October 31, 2019: A museum and park, Hanford’s 75-year-old B Reactor is a vital reminder of the nuclear age’s extraordinary potential and devastating power
- FutureTech Podcast, October 17, 2019: Trisha Pritikin speaks about dangers from exposure to ionizing radiation downwind of nuclear weapons production and testing sites
- 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
- The Hanford Plaintiffs: Voices from the Fight for Atomic Justice, University Press of Kansas, https://kansaspress.ku.edu/978-0-7006-2904-6.html
- “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.