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A Toolkit on How to Implement Social Prescribing

The World Health Organization's "How to Implement Social Prescribing Toolkit" is a comprehensive guide designed to help healthcare providers and community organizations implement social prescribing programs effectively. This toolkit provides a step-by-step approach to planning and implementing social prescribing programs, including information on how to assess the needs of the community, identify appropriate activities and services, and evaluate the effectiveness of the program.


The toolkit includes a variety of resources, such as templates for program planning and evaluation, case studies of successful social prescribing programs, and guidelines for working with specific populations, such as seniors or individuals with chronic health conditions.


In addition to providing practical information and resources, the toolkit also emphasizes the importance of building strong partnerships between healthcare providers, community organizations, and other stakeholders. This includes guidance on how to involve community members in the planning and implementation of social prescribing programs and how to build sustainable networks of support.


Overall, the World Health Organization's "How to Implement Social Prescribing Toolkit" is an essential resource for anyone looking to create meaningful and effective social prescribing programs that improve the health and well-being of their communities.

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  • By

    World Heath Organization

  • Published

    Jan 22, 2023

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    • Service Providers (Non-profits, Community Organizations, Local government)
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