Improving health and wellbeing through interdisciplinary evidence-based research and innovation
We bring together the University of Oxford's world-renowned Centre for Evidence Based Medicine and Gardens, Libraries and Museums team. We work closely with members of the public, clinical providers, the voluntary community sector, policymakers and other researchers to understand the following:
- Different perspectives of social prescribing
- How patients' health and wellbeing can benefit
- The mechanisms through which services can be delivered optimally
Join the Oxford Social Prescribing Research Network’s mailing list, to hear about upcoming online and in-person meetings, and about ongoing and future research.
Collaboration is key
Our research and projects are a collaborative effort between The Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, including members of the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine, colleagues from the Gardens, Libraries and Museums (GLAM) team and Kellogg College, to explore ways in which these settings can contribute to people’s health and well-being, and integrate evidence and innovation.
Radcliffe Primary Care Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
Woodstock Rd, Oxford
Stephanie Tierney: email@example.com
Kamal R. Mahtani: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lucy Shaw: email@example.com