Early Life Changes to Improve Life for Children

ActEarly approach focusses on early life changes to improve the health and opportunities for children living in areas with high levels of child poverty; Bradford, West Yorkshire and Tower Hamlets, London

What We Do

In each of these areas, we are working with local communities, local authorities and other national organisations to understand how we can help families live healthier and more active lives.

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Using Exploratory Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) to explore what HAS worked when and where with Prof David Byrne (Durham University) | 9th February 2022

Meet Our Team

Over 40 people contribute towards Act Early and its projects including theme leads, co-investigators, research fellows, directors and the project team.

Our Partners

Act Early is supported by several key partners in education, planning, healthcare and local government.

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Fantastic opportunity to join our team as a Senior Research Fellow!
So if you have experience in big data and a track record of conducting advanced quantitative statistical methods to answer applied health research questions we want to hear from you!
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Great to see ActEarly London Director Trevor Sheldon in deep discussion with Director of Public Health at Tower Hamlets Council, Somen Banerjee at the #LGCAwards last night.

Average UK school meals mostly made of ultra-processed foods https://www.theguardian.com/food/2022/jul/20/average-uk-school-meals-mostly-made-of-ultra-processed-foods?CMP=share_btn_tw

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