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Science and Technology Committee (Commons)
Accepting written evidence.
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.
Evidence given by Dr Shirley Woods-Gallagher, Special Advisor on School Readiness, and Professor Alan Harding, Chief Economic Adviser, Greater Manchester Combined Authority, Dr Caroline White, Head, Children and Parents Service Early Intervention, and Martin Pratt, Chair, Association of London Directors of Children's Services; Professor Viv Bennett, Chief Nurse, Public Health England, Dr Jeanelle de Gruchy, President, Association of Directors of Public Health, and Katy Hetherington, Organisational Lead - Child and Adolescent Public Health, NHS Health Scotland
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Science and Technology Committee looks at the opportunity local authorities see in early intervention