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Social and emotional wellbeing - early years

Social and emotional wellbeing - early years

Status: History
Expected date of issue: October 2012
Topic area:
  • Mental health and behavioural conditions
  • Public health
 

NICE project team

Executive Lead: Gillian Leng
Director: Mike Kelly
Associate Director: Antony Morgan
Lead Analyst: Amanda Killoran, Pete Shearn
Health Economist: Lesley Owen
Project Manager: Patricia Mountain
Coordinator: Rukshana Begum
Communications Lead: Shalu Kanal
Implementation Lead: Denise Woods
Public involvement Lead: Alix Johnson
Review Team:

School of Health and Related Research, University of Sheffield

Project Email Address: childrenwellbeingpreschool@nice.org.uk
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Provisional schedule

Consultation on draft guidance: 20 April - 18 June 2012
Expected date of issue: October 2012
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Stakeholders

Social and emotional wellbeing – early years: list of registered stakeholders

National organisations wishing to register as a stakeholder can do so via the link below.

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Project history

Date Update
9 December 2011 NICE received in early 2010 the initial referral for this topic as two pieces of intervention guidance on home based interventions and early education and childcare. The guidance has subsequently been developed as a single integrated piece of guidance covering all the intervention areas focusing on the needs of vulnerable children under 5.

In 2010 NICE was asked to pause on the development of this guidance to take account of the emerging policy context. The document Supporting Families in the Foundation Years ( DfE, DH July 2011) now provides a statement of the new policy context for this guidance, and in November 2011 NICE received the Secretary of State’s approval for the development of the guidance.
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Key documents

This page was last updated: 28 November 2012

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