Warwick Infant and Family Wellbeing Unit and the NSPCC would like to thank:
* All the expectant parents, and parents and babies, who made this film possible,
* Colleagues from children’s centres, health centres, and the Neonatal Unit and Delivery Suite, who enabled the filming to take place
* Colleagues who took time to watch and advise on the content of the film
* Peeple (previously known as Parents Early Education Partnership, PEEP)
West Midlands (South) Health Innovation and Education Cluster (HIEC)
Warwick Infant and Family Wellbeing Unit
Written, filmed, edited and produced by:
Dr. Angela Underdown: has a background in children’s public health. Previously Associate Professor of Public Health in the Early Years, and Deputy Director of Warwick Infant and Family Wellbeing Unit at the University of Warwick Medical School. Angela led the writing and production of the Getting to Know your Baby videos, and authored the NSPCC’s Baby Steps Perinatal Programme. This programme has been developed and evaluated by the NSPCC, and is now offered in many areas across UK. Angela also works as a researcher, IMH trainer, Video Interaction Guidance (VIG) practitioner and supervisor, and is a passionate advocate of supporting parent-infant interaction, and championing family and infant wellbeing.
Professor Jane Barlow: Professor of Evidence-Based Intervention and Policy Evaluation, Dept Social Policy and Intervention, University of Oxford, and Chair of Aimh UK.
David Ward: led the NSPCC’s in-house film team for over 20 years. Made hundreds of films that helped to educate and train people in safeguarding and child development. Dave worked with Angela to produce and film the videos in the programme. Dave now runs his own production company making videos and online learning programmes for businesses and charities, helping them to reach and engage people around the world. www.iliffeward.co.uk
Zoe Snell: has worked in the film industry for over 25 years; edited videos for some of the biggest brands in the UK. A creative editor with a passion for good causes, Zoe has edited many films for the NSPCC on safeguarding and child development. She played a central role in this project, working with Angela to structure these engaging films.
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