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 short guide for anyone working at a local carer support organisation and explains what social prescribing is, how it can help unpaid carers, and how you can get involved in social prescribing projects.
This guide provides additional information to help PCNs introduce the social prescribing link worker role into their multi-disciplinary teams.
Impact of a link worker social prescribing intervention on non-elective admitted patient care costs: A quasi-experimental study
In recognition of the central role of the social determinants of chronic ill-health, healthcare systems in many countries are adopting interventions that seek to identify and address social needs as an adjunct to clinical care.