Heatwave Plan for England: 2015 (Department of Health / NHS England / Public Health England / BBC News)

Summary

The Heatwave Plan for England is about minimising the avoidable effects of (potential) severe heat in England on health. The plan recommends steps to reduce the risks from prolonged exposure to severe heat. It is intended for many audiences: including the NHS, local authorities, social care and other public agencies, professionals working with people at risk, individuals, local communities and voluntary groups.

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Heatwave Plan for England. London: Public Health England, Department of Health and NHS England: May 22nd 2015.

This relates to:

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Heatwave plan for England: protecting health and reducing harm from severe heat and heatwave. London: Public Health England / NHS England, May 22nd 2015.

Further related documentation:

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Heatwave plan for England. Making the case: the impact of heat on health – now and in the future. London: Public Health England, May 22nd 2015.

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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 22nd 2015.

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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 22nd 2015.

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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 22nd 2015.

Possibly of interest:

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Gallagher, J. (2015). Heatstroke – the heatwave killer. London: BBC Health News, July 1st 2015.

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