Heatwave Plan for England 2014 (Public Health England)

Summary

Public Health England has issued guidance on the potential health effects of hot weather, for the public and for health and social care professionals.

The Heatwave Plan for England tackles the avoidable effects on health of severe heat in England. The heatwave plan is triggered by the Met Office Heat-Health Watch alert system.

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Get ready for summer with PHE heatwave plan. London: Public Health England and NHS England, May 13th 2014.

This relates to:

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Heatwave Plan for England 2014: protecting health and reducing harm from severe heat and heatwaves. London: Public Health England, May 12th 2014.

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Heatwave Plan for England 2014: protecting health and reducing harm from severe heat and heatwaves. London: Public Health England, May 12th 2014.

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Making the case: the impact of heat on health – now and in the future. London: Public Health England, May 12th 2014.

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The Heatwave Plan for England. Supporting vulnerable people before and during a heatwave: advice for health and social care professionals. London: Public Health England, May 12th 2014.

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The Heatwave Plan for England. Supporting vulnerable people before and during a heatwave: advice for care home managers and staff. London: Public Health England, May 12th 2014.

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The Heatwave Plan for England. Looking after yourself and others during hot weather: the latest advice. London: Public Health England, May 12th 2014.

[A version of this collection features in Dementia and Elderly Care: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWNHST), Volume 3 Issue 11, June 2014].

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