Raise awareness of environmental health issues in order to better protect our children and future generations.

EMF Studies

01 May 2016

Physicians' Health Initiative for Radiation and Environment (PHIRE)

(from PHIRE Website)
Dr. Erica Mallery-Blythe's site, Physicians' Health Initiative for Radiation and Environment (PHIRE) is now online with excellent resources.

Physicians' Health Initiative for Radiation and Environment (PHIRE)
http://phiremedical.org/

Founded by Dr. Erica Mallery-Blythe, Physicians’ Health Initiative for Radiation and Environment (PHIRE) is an independent association of medical doctors and associated specialists assembled for the purposes of improving education regarding health effects of non-ionising radiation. We collate research produced globally on this issue, share and critique it and also conduct our own research.

We use the resulting knowledge to help educate ourselves and others, improve best practice guidance, and facilitate protection and support of vulnerable groups. We operate within the non-profit Radiation Research Trust (RRT Registered Charity # 1106304).

PHIRE welcomes new members (see ‘join’ page) of all backgrounds to join the free membership group that suits them in order to receive up to date information regarding this rapidly evolving subject and support PHIRE in their mission, should they wish.

If you wish to use any text, graphics or other resources from this site, please request permission from the relevant author who will be credited to that piece of work. Thank you. PHIRE is constantly uploading new material, in particular the resources menu will be receiving many new items over the next few months.

Present Agenda

1. Create guidance documents regarding use of power frequency and radiofrequency radiation in schools and other public areas frequented by vulnerable groups.
2. Support medical professionals, educators and parents in promoting electromagnetic health for children in school and home environments.
3. Achieve funding for research into Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS).
4. Research clinical characteristics of EHS and current diagnostic and management tools.
5. Provide advice to medical professionals regarding diagnosis and management of EHS and create formal guidance documents for consistent, state-of-the-art care.
6. Facilitate the construction of academic programs for medical professionals.
7. Provide, promote and support awareness campaigns and lectures to improve public education regarding current scientific understanding.
8. Optimise global academic connections for current knowledge sharing and research collaboration.
9. Make clear our concerns regarding current policy to PHE / DOH in the hope of constructive dialogue to optimise an improved and united approach.

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