Heatwave Plan for England 2013 (Public Health England)

Summary

The Heatwave Plan for England addresses the avoidable effects on health of severe heat in England.

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Reference

The Heatwave Plan for England. London: Public Health England, May 2013.

Level 3 Alert for London and the South East of England

London and the South East of England are expected to have “heatwave” in coming days. A Level 3 alert means that specific actions targeting high-risk groups are needed to protect them from the potential ill-effects of hot weather.

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Reference

Level 3 ‘heatwave’ alert issued for London and the South East. London: Public Health England, July 17th 2013.

Basic advice for the public and healthcare professionals:

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Reference

Level 2 heatwave alert issued. London: Public Health England, July 15th 2013.

Supporting Information

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Reference

The Heatwave Plan for England. Making the case: the impact of heat of heat on health – now and in the future. London: Public Health England, May 2013.

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The Heatwave Plan for England. Advice for health and social care professionals: supporting vulnerable people before and during a heatwave. London: Public Health England, May 2013.

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The Heatwave Plan for England. Advice for care home managers and staff: supporting vulnerable people before and during a heatwave. London: Public Health England, May 2013.

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The Heatwave Plan for England. Looking after yourself and others during hot weather. London: Public Health England, May 2013.

[A brief reference to this item features in Dementia and Elderly Care: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWNHST), Volume 3 Issue 9, August 2013].

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