Saving Brains, A Grand Challenge: A 10-minute video introducing the basic science of early development as well as what's known about effective programs and policies in low and middle income countries.
This video really helps pull together the science of early development with what we're learning about what makes interventions effective and the need to combine health, nutrition and stimulation.
How do the questions posed in this video shape our thinking about effective interventions? Should we be thinking about integrated (health, nurtrition, and stimulation) interventions or is there a way to think of developing modular interventions that can be assembled and deployed different ways for different populations?
On a process note, how does the format of the video (mid-length, narrated scribe) influence our thinking about how to delivery powerful messages about early development?