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The Social Prescribing Research Network runs a range of events to disseminate and promote research for better health care and wellbeing with the wider healthcare community.

Exploring the Impact of Social Prescribing on Communities

Amadea Turk

Friday, 23 April 2021, 10am to 12.30pm

An online knowledge exchange workshop to explore how social prescribing impacts communities.

Sandpit event Sept 2020: The role of social prescribing in addressing the mental well-being of people diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment (MCI)

Stephanie Tierney

Tuesday, 08 September 2020

The role of social prescribing in addressing the mental well-being of people diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment (MCI)

Sandpit event Feb 2020: The role of social prescribing in addressing the mental well-being of people diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment (MCI)

Stephanie Tierney

Monday, 24 February 2020

The role of social prescribing in addressing the mental well-being of people diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment (MCI)

Exploring social prescribing needs for rural communities: A healthy community fair in a community pub

Wednesday, 19 February 2020

Partnering with a community pub for a one-day event to explore social prescribing needs for rural communities.

How can gardens, libraries and museums (GLAM) support social prescribing?

Amadea Turk

Thursday, 18 July 2019

Exploring the ways in which these gardens, libraries and museum collections and spaces could contribute to health and wellbeing and become a part of the social prescribing.

What have gardens, libraries and museums got to do with your health and wellbeing? – A workshop for members of the public

Amadea Turk

Wednesday, 10 July 2019, 12am to 1am

Exploring the ways which these gardens, libraries and museum collections and spaces could contribute to health and wellbeing and become a part of the social prescribing.