Science and Technology Committee (Commons)

Evidence-based early-years intervention inquiry

Inquiry status: open

Accepting written evidence.

Scope of the inquiry

The Science and Technology Committee examine the strength of the evidence linking adverse childhood experiences with long-term negative outcomes, the evidence base for related interventions, whether evidence is being used effectively in policy-making, and the support and oversight for research into this area.

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Latest evidence

  • 20 Feb 2018 - Evidence-based early-years intervention - oral evidence | PDF version (PDF389 KB) HC 506 | Published 02 Mar 2018

    Evidence given by Professor Mark Bellis, Bangor University and Public Health Wales, Professor Rosalind Edwards, University of Southampton, Professor Eamon McCrory, University College London, and 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, and Professor Leon Feinstein, Director of Evidence, Office of the Children's Commissioner

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Next meeting(s)

20 March 2018 9:30 am

Oral Evidence Session

Evidence-based early years intervention
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Ailsa Swarbrick, Director, Family Nurse Partnership National Unit
Matt Buttery, Chief Executive, Triple P UK
Jen Lexmond, CEO, EasyPeasy
Professor Edward Melhuish, University of Oxford
Tom McBride, Director of Evidence, Early Intervention Foundation
Donna Molloy, Director of Policy and Practice, Early Intervention Foundation
George Hosking, CEO, WAVE Trust


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