Keeping Warm: Cold Weather Plan for England (PHE)

Summary

At a time when keeping warm is again on people’s minds, the latest Cold Weather Plan for England, from Public Health England (PHE), has been released.

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Reference

Cold weather plan for England. [Online]: Public Health England, October 17th 2018.

This relates to:

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Reference

Katiyo, S. Dorey, S. [and] Bone, A. (2018). Cold Weather Plan for England: protecting health and reducing harm from cold weather. London: Public Health England, October 2018. PHE Publications Gateway No.2018518.

There is also an easy read version.

See also, from 2017:

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Reference

Katiyo, S. Dorey, S. [and] Bone, A. [et al] (2017). 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 2017. PHE Publications Gateway No.2015382 / 04152.

Information on related themes from BBC News:

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The clocks go back and cold weather is on its way: some tips to help you cope. London: BBC Health News, October 25th 2018.

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