National Conference 2016

Following on from a successful event in 2015, we will be back in 2016 with our second annual National Conference: Recognising Risks, Supporting Brighter Futures.

The event will be taking place on Tuesday 12th April 2016 at the Royal College of Physicians in London.

The conference, to be attended by over 300 delegates from across the UK and further afield, will feature sessions on:

  • Opportunities for shared learning on early intervention across the devolved UK nations & Ireland;
  • The importance of inter-parental relationships for child outcomes;
  • Evidence on interventions designed to enhance parent-child interaction from conception to age 5;
  • Emerging models of multi-agency cross-sector working for the early identification of children at risk; and
  • Emerging research on genetics and implications for early intervention policy and practice.

Speakers from EIF will be sharing our latest evidence and learning on implementation, and the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions the Rt Hon Stephen Crabb MP will be delivering a keynote speech – his first since his appointment in March. Other speakers include leading voluntary sector, local government and academic figures from across the country.

 

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Event Details

12 April 2016

10:00 - 16:30
Royal College of Physicians
11 St Andrews Place
Regent's Park
London NW1 4LE

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Event Material

National Conference Agenda

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Speaker Biographies

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