Cold Weather Plan for England (PHE)

Summary

The Cold Weather Plan for England has been released by Public Health England (PHE). The aim is to protect health and prevent the avoidable harm during periods of cold weather, particularly with regard to vulnerable persons. In order to avoid re-inventing the wheel, documentation from the previous year (2015) has been recycled.

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Reference

Cold weather plan (CWP) for England. London: Public Health England, October 19th 2016.

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.

There is also an easy read version.

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.

Stay Well This Winter

The Stay Well This Winter campaign offers advice for people aged over 65, for carers and for those with long-term conditions (among other groups and the population at large).

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Reference

Over-65s advised to eat hot meals to cope with winter. London: BBC Health News, November 7th 2016.

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