How do adverse childhood experiences impact later life?
15 February 2018
The Science and Technology Committee holds the first evidence session on its Evidence-based early-years intervention inquiry.
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This is the first session of the Committee's inquiry into ‘evidence-based early-years intervention'.
The first panel will review the evidence base linking adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) to negative impacts in later life and discuss priorities for future research.
The second panel will focus on how this evidence base can be used to inform delivery of early interventions, and the opportunities, risks and challenges in doing so.
Tuesday 20 February 2018, Committee Room 16, Palace of Westminster
- Professor Mark Bellis, Bangor University and Public Health Wales
- Professor Eamon McCrory, University College London
- Professor Rosalind Edwards, University of Southampton
- Professor Sue White, University of Sheffield
- Dr Marc Bush, Chief Policy Adviser, YoungMinds
- Kate Stanley, Director of Strategy, Policy and Evidence, NSPCC
- Associate Professor David McDaid, London School of Economics and Political Science
- Dr Leon Feinstein, Director of Evidence, Office of the Children's Commissioner