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Sir Michael Marmot on Health Inequalities and their Implication for Early Childhood

In this interview, world-leading expert on health inequalities Sir Michael Marmot discusses the effects of adverse childhood experiences on long-term outcomes for children and the ways in which Early Years settings can offset these. He gives recommendations for practitioners and educators based on his research and extensive knowledge in this area.
· April 22, 2018

In this interview, world-leading expert on health inequalities Sir Michael Marmot discusses the effects of adverse childhood experiences on long-term outcomes for children and the ways in which Early Years settings can offset these. He gives recommendations for practitioners and educators based on his research and extensive knowledge in this area.

Sir Michael is the Director of The UCL Institute of Health Equity, the Chair of the World Health Organisation Commission on Social Determinants of Health, author of The Health Gap: The Challenge of an Unequal World and The Status Syndrome: How Social Standing Affects Our Health and Longevity along with a list of qualifications and awards that is simply too long to cover!)

Links:

You can connect with Sir Michael here:

UCLInstituteofHealthEquity

@MichaelMarmot

InstituteofHealthEquity.org

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