Healthy Start is a scientific initiative to “break unequal starting points in the lives of children and young adults”. The initiative aims to join forces with socially engaged institutions, as well as medical, technical and social sciences. By doing so, the Healthy Start initiative can better address the complex health issues, from birth to adolescence, by exchanging knowledge and initiating impactful projects.
During the Healthy Start Conference we presented a Healthy Start proposition and inspired each other on how to converge our work on Healthy Start challenges, using transdisciplinary and translational collaboration. Missed it? Make sure to watch the livestream below.