The aim of this national green social prescribing (GSP) delivery capacity assessment is to quickly improve our understanding of the existing provision of green and nature-based activities across the country and help determine whether the current level of provision is sufficient to support social prescribing referrals equitably to these activities if rolled out nationally.
Green social prescribing (GSP) is the practice of supporting people to engage in nature-based interventions and activities to improve their mental health.
This report outlines an exciting vision of how we can reform the delivery of education to general practitioners, better preparing GPs for future practice in different models of care, addressing health inequalities and planetary health, and enhancing areas of clinical care such as mental health.
This Workforce development framework for care co-ordinators has been developed to support care co-ordinators and their employers to understand the role and set them up to deliver personalised care safely and effectively in a range of health and care settings.
Services for mental health, autism and learning disabilities need to change. This report sets out what services should look like in 2032, with examples of where the vision is already taking shape in England.
The workforce crisis has been a prominent issue for years, but there has been little concerted action from governments to tackle the challenge.