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1 August 2023
Researchers from Oxford Social Prescribing Research Network have conducted a qualitative study on setting up green social prescribing at Harcourt Arboretum in Oxfordshire.
8 February 2021
Leading researchers in the field of social prescribing are being brought together to ensure that evidence of the impact of social prescribing is accessible, useful and compelling, the National Academy for Social Prescribing has announced.
In this blog, we reflect on the discussion we had at our first public involvement meeting for the TOUS study - Tailoring cultural Offers with and for diverse older Users of Social prescribing.
Stephanie Tierney describes, in this blog, how she met with stakeholders in Sheffield to discuss with them findings from the link worker study she is leading.
This blog post offers an overview of an event in Oxfordshire to mark International Day of Older Persons, where Jordan Gorenberg presented research findings from a scoping review on social capital and loneliness.
In this blog, researcher Debra Westlake describes how she and colleagues from the University of Oxford facilitated a knowledge exchange event on a study exploring the implementation of link workers in primary care.
In this blog, researcher Steven Markham describes how he and colleagues from the University of Oxford facilitated a knowledge exchange event on a study exploring the implementation of link workers in primary care.