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Social Prescribing Summary Guide

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Intended audience group 2

All roles in primary care networks and multi-disciplinary teams, such as general practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, healthcare assistants, physiotherapists, dentists, community health workers, commissioners of health provision, front-line practitioners and ‘link workers’

Intended Audience Group
Personalised Care; Social Prescribing
Aims and Objectives

The Social Prescribing Summary Guide is intended for people and organisations leading local implementation of social prescribing. It enables:

  • increased understanding of what good social prescribing looks like and why social prescribing improves outcomes and experiences for people, their families and carers, as well as achieving more value from the system.
  • commissioning of local social prescribing connector schemes, enabling all general practices, local authorities and other agencies to refer people with wider social needs to community-based support.
  • collaborative working amongst all local partners at a ‘place-based’ local level, to recognise the value of community groups and assets and to enable people to build or rebuild friendships, community connections and a sense of belonging, as well as accessing existing services.
Frequency / Length
Not applicable
Resource / Organisation
NHS England
Training delivered by:
downloadable pdf
Cost, Funded or Free
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