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The websites listed below provide valuable additional sources of information. The list is not exhaustive. Let us know of other websites that might be added.

Emergency Preparedness, Response and Resilience

NHS England http://www.england.nhs.uk/ourwork/gov/eprr/

Department of Health https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-of-health

Public Health England https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/public-health-england

Business Continuity Institute http://www.thebci.org/

UK Resilience https://www.gov.uk/government/policies/improving-the-uks-ability-to-absorb-respond-to-and-recover-from-emergencies

The Environment Agency http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk

 

Psychosocial resilience

Psychosocial resilience http://www.psychosocialresilience.org.uk/

The Royal College of Psychiatrists http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/

European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies https://www.estss.org/tents/documents/

International Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies Reference Centre for Psychosocial Support
https://www.ifrc.org/en/what-we-do/health/psychosocial-support/reference-centre-for-psychosocial-support/

The Sphere Project: Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Humanitarian Response  http://www.sphereproject.org/

 

These might be of interest to you:

Really Learning – the website of Valerie Iles http://www.reallylearning.com/

Roy Lilley’s website and email http://www.nhsmanagers.net/

The Kings Fund http://www.kingsfund.org.uk/

The Intensive Care National Audit Research Centre https://www.icnarc.org/

The Intensive Care Society http://www.ics.ac.uk/

British Burn Association http://www.britishburnassociation.org/

 

EPRR


Department of Health

NHS Emergency Planning Guide 2009

This guidance supports a general set of principles to guide all NHS organisations in developing plans to manage the evacuation and shelter of healthcare premises within the context of the NHS Emergency Planning Guidance 2005


Department of Health

NHS Emergency Planning Guidance 2005

A set of general principles to guide all NHS organisations in developing their ability to respond to an emergency where the number of patients substantially exceeds normal critical care capacity within the context of the NHS Emergency Planning Guidance 2005.


Department of Health

NHS Emergency Planning Guidance 2005

The purpose of this best practice guidance is to describe a general set of principles to National Health Service (NHS) organisations in planning, preparing and responding to all types of emergencies arising from any accident, natural disaster, failure of utilities or systems or hostile act resulting in an abnormal casualty situation or posing any threat to the health of the community or in the provision of services that involve significant numbers of burn injured paand children.


Psychosocial


Department of Health

NHS Emergency Planning Guidance

This interim strategic guidance provides best practice in planning, preparing and managing psychosocial and mental health services in response to traumatic events and all types of emergencies resulting in an abnormal situation that poses any threat to the health of the community or in providing services for psychosocial care following such events.


North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Psychosocial Care for People Affected by Disasters and Major Incidents

A Model for Designing, Delivering and Managing Psychosocial Services for People Involved in Major Incidents, Conflict, Disasters and Terrorism.

September 2008


North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Principles for Disaster and Major Incident Psychosocial Care

Guidance for responding to the psychosocial and mental health needs of people affected by disasters or major incidents.


Strategic Review


London Climate Change Partnership

Guidance for Joint Strategic Needs Assessment

Linking Environment and Health: A resource for policy and decision makers working on Joint Strategic Needs Assessment’ has been written to help Health and Well-being Boards, Directors of Public Health, Health Watch and Local Authority Environment Leads to address the interface between health and well-being, population health and environmental change. It is about how the strategic challenges involved can be addressed and what practical steps can be taken to increase the health and resilience of communities.


Chiltern Clinical Commissioning Group

Briefing Paper for Chiltern CCG on the proposals by Dr Phillip Lee MP, for a ‘Royal Thames Valley Hospital’

In May 2012, Dr Phillip Lee, MP for Bracknell, wrote and circulated a report on proposals for a Royal Thames Valley Hospital (RTVH), to be situated in Berkshire, to the south west of Maidenhead. Chiltern Clinical Commissioning Group commissioned a report from ‘Healthplanning Ltd’ to provide a briefing on the proposal in more detail, and to identify the issues for Chiltern CCG, and the population of Amersham, Wycombe and South Buckinghamshire.