Connecting communities and healthcare: Making social prescribing work for everyone (UK)

Ewan Davison, Anne-Mari Hall, Zoë Anderson, & Julia Parnaby
Description / Summary

There is a growing drive to embed social prescribing across the UK and to make it accessible and impactful for more people. But there’s a lack of good quality research to show its efficacy and meet the exacting evidence requirements of health professionals.

This paper describes what has been learnt from grant holders who are piloting or scaling social prescribing, or who provide services as part of existing schemes.