The social psychology of social prescribing: a toolkit

Blerina Këllezi, Daniel Frings, Debra Gray, Mhairi Bowe, Juliet R. H. Wakefield, Niamh McNamara, Clifford Stevenson, Iain Wilson, Michelle Cleveland, Eleni Vangeli

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This toolkit has been developed as a resource for organisations that are involved, or who are considering becoming involved in, Social Prescribing. This toolkit has been designed to be used in a variety of ways. In each section, we provide an overview of theory and evidence relating to a topic of importance to Social Prescribing. These sections are also related to a specific tool that can be used by those developing, commissioning or running Social Prescribing services. Alternatively, you can access the tools straight away, by going to the document Appendices. The tools are a mixture of signposting to additional resources, and/or lessons learned, and best practice guidance.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherNTU Social Identity Research Group
Number of pages20
Publication statusPublished - 2019


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