Cold Weather Plan for England Updated (PHE)

Summary

The Cold Weather Plan for England has again been updated by Public Health England (PHE). The idea is to prevent the avoidable effects on health during periods of cold weather, particularly with regard to vulnerable persons.

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Cold weather plan for England. London: Public Health England, October 15th 2015.

This relates to:

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Cold Weather Plan for England: protecting health and reducing harm from cold weather. London: Public Health England, October 14th 2015.

See also:

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Cold Weather Plan for England: making the case why long-term strategic planning for cold weather is essential to health and wellbeing. London: Public Health England, October 14th 2015.

Action cards (from previous year):

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Cold weather plan: action cards for cold weather alert service. London: Public Health England, October 21st 2014.

Also of interest:

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Keep Warm Keep Well. London: HM Government, September 30th 2015.

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