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Flooding 19.12.2017

37.6 The Mental Health Impact Associated with the Aftermath of Flooding

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The impact of flooding on mental health is exacerbated due to secondary stressors, although the mechanism of action is not understood. Th...

Flooding 19.12.2017 37.6 The Mental Health Impact Associated with the Aftermath of Flooding Excess heat 19.12.2017 37.5 Mortality and Heatwaves Energy Consumption 19.12.2017 37.4 The health protection aspects of Thermal Insulation and Heating Fuel Poverty 19.12.2017 37.3 Tackling Fuel Poverty and Energy Efficiency in the EU Excess cold 19.12.2017 37.2 Acclimatisation to low temperatures Indoor environment 19.12.2017 37.1 Protection from Exposure to High Indoor Temperatures Asthma 24.10.2017 36.5 Asthma and Potential Environmental Triggers
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Dr Stephen Battersby

Dr Stephen Battersby

Professor David Ormandy

Professor David Ormandy

Dr Stephen Battersby has over 40 years experience in Environmental Health specialising in housing but with other public health interests. He is editor of Clay’s Handbook of Environmental Health. He is currently running the RHE UK Housing forums and teaching courses on the HHSRS, enforcement and preparing for appeals to the Residential Property Tribunal

Professor David Ormandy is visiting academic at the Division of Health Sciences in Warwick Medical School. His interests include housing conditions and health; the assessment of housing conditions; and the formulation of housing standards. He has worked with the World Health Organization, and in New Zealand, France, and the USA.

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