A Public Health Approach to Serious Violence, Trauma and Adversity

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Emmerline will share the work being carried out in West Yorkshire to address the root causes of serious violence, adversity, trauma

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Emmerline Irving │ Senior Programme Manager for Improving Population Health │ West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership

The evidence is clear; serious violence, adversity and trauma contribute to the root causes of and are exacerbated by poor determinants of health and inequalities.

In order to improve the determinants, reduce inequalities and keep our communities safe it is critical that the primary focus is on prevention and that we understand and respond to the impact of adversity and trauma, particularly for our most vulnerable communities.

It is also becoming increasingly apparent that the more adversity and trauma experienced in early childhood may lead to contact with the police and other parts of the Criminal Justice system, not only as perpetrator but as bystanders and victims.

In this free seminar Emmerline will share the work being carried out in West Yorkshire to address the root causes of serious violence, adversity, trauma and how it is making a difference.

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