Skip to main content

Angie Bone

Angie is a consultant in public health and part of the Extreme Events and Health Protection team at Public Health England. A medical doctor by background, she has a broad range of experience at local, national and international level. This includes UK public health training, European Programme in Interventional Epidemiology training (EPIET), and appointments with the Health Protection Agency, Merlin and the International Committee of the Red Cross, and the World Health Organization.

Angie’s interests include environmental public health and infectious disease epidemiology. Her main area of interest is on reducing vulnerability to extreme events and climate change, through sustainable development, and appropriate preparedness, response and recovery. She is particularly focussed on public health actions that both protect health from extreme events, as well as improving health and well-being, such as addressing fuel poverty, promoting active transport and green infrastructure. She is keen to ensure that what we do know to be effective is translated into practice, and in ensuring that public health initiatives are evaluated in order to improve and share knowledge.

What does the UK Climate Change Risk Assessment mean for public health?

Posted by: , Posted on: - Categories: Health in a changing climate

The Evidence Review for UK’s second Climate Change Risk Assessment was published recently by the Climate Change Committee, having been developed by literally hundreds of authors, reviewers and stakeholders. There’s a wealth of information and analysis available within it, helpfully …

Flooding and the public's health: looking beyond the short-term

Posted by: and , Posted on: - Categories: Climate change, Health Protection, Protecting the country's health
Copyright Public Health England

In the past month, windstorms and flooding have been knocking at our doors more frequently than we would like. Like an unwelcome guest, severe weather brings with it many problems and often ones that are not always easily visible.  It …