|Pidgeon, Nicholas Frank, Henwood, Karen Linda and Horlick-Jones, Thomas Edward 1999. Risk communication: new challenges for European health policy. Eurohealth 5 (2) , pp. 12-14.|
Risk communication in one form or another is probably as old as democratic government itself. However, the question of how and when to engage in systematic dialogue about health and environmental risks with the public and other stakeholder groups has only in the last decade become a central concern of many institutions, regulators and administrators, at both national and European Union levels.
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