Many HELP faculty are available to speak to the media on a wide range of topics related to early child development including:
- Understanding how children in BC are faring – interpreting EDI and MDI results;
- How experience gets under the skin – social epigenetics
- The social determinants of health
For more information or to arrange a media interview, please contact Amy Mullis, Knowledge Translation Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604.827.5755.
What is HELP?
The Human Early Learning Partnership (HELP) is a collaborative, interdisciplinary research network, based at the University of British Columbia. HELP's unique partnership brings together many scientific viewpoints to address complex early child development (ECD) issues, with a focus of ensuring that research knowledge is translated to community and policy action. HELP connects researchers, graduate students and practitioners from communities and institutions across B.C., Canada, and internationally.
Who funds HELP?
HELP is funded in part by the British Columbia Ministries of Children and Family Development, Education and Health, as well as by research grants and funders.