in turn, impacts the entire life course. In the same way that priority is given to securing the national infrastructure, prioritising the health of children from all areas and in all circumstances from the outset would therefore seem to be prudent rather than profligate. Yet as this Report demonstrates,successive Governments have skimped rather thansaved; failedto build upon existing policy and played a costly policy game of ‘catching up later’ instead of deploying the early ntervention me asures that are cheaper andmore effective in the long term.
|Place of Publication||London|
|Publisher||APPG Fit and Healthy Childhoods|
|Commissioning body||APPG Fit and Healthy Childhoods|
|Number of pages||81|
|Publication status||Published - 28 Mar 2017|
- early childhood
- health outcomes