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A new study, led by CEBM members, Dr Stephanie Tierney and Associate Professor Kamal Mahtani, aims to understand the link worker role in primary care as part of social prescribing (in particular, to identify what works, for whom, why and in what circumstances). In this blog, the team shares details about this research, which has been funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).
Developing programme theory around culture-based social prescribing for older people
Emma Webster discusses recent online meetings, held with stakeholders to discuss the progress of an AHRC-funded project looking at the role of the cultural sector in social prescribing for older people in the time of COVID-19.
Unpacking culture and the well-being of older people during the COVID-19 pandemic
Members of the Oxford Social Prescribing Research Network are developing and refining a programme theory that centres on the use of culture to support the well-being of older people during the pandemic.
‘Cultural’ offerings as a pathway to supporting older people’s well-being – but what do we mean by ‘cultural’?
A study designed to explore the cultural sector’s potential role in supporting the well-being of older people during the COVID-19 pandemic through social prescribing.