Social Prescribing at the Bromley by Bow Centre
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Patient interviews 2017
Interim report October 2016 - March 2017
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Interim report October 2016 - March 2017 - Supporting appendices
- Appendix 1 - Social Prescribing Leaflet
- Appendix 2 - Referral Form
- Appendix 3 - Referred services OCt 2016 - March 17
- Appendix 4 - Feedback letter
- Appendix 5 - Safety-netting procedure
- Appendix 6 - Case studies
Bromley by Bow and Mile End East social prescribing scheme - interim report April 16 - September 16
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Bromley by Bow and Mile End East social prescribing scheme 2015-2016 - full report
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Bromley by Bow and Mile End East social prescribing scheme 2015-2016 - supporting documents and appendices
Please find below links background research and supporting documents related to the MEEBBB social prescribing scheme annual report.
- People stories infographic
- Summary infographic
- GP survey
- Focus group 1
- Focus group 2
- End of service questionnaire
- List of referred services
Social Prescribing, Making it Happen
Social Prescribing - Making it Happen, a discussion between Dan Hopewell, Director of Knowledge & Innovation, Bromley by Bow Centre, Chris Drinkwater, Chair of Ways to Wellness, Claire Roberts, Assistant Director Strategy and Collaboration, Wigan Borough CCG, and Sarah Gillinson, Managing Partner, the Innovation Unit. The discussion marked the launch of the Developing Asset Based Approaches to Primary Care, Best Practice Guide, produced for the Greater Manchester Public Health Network by the Innovation Unit.
Social Prescribing and gardening
See also King's Fund report, Gardens and health Implications for policy and practice.
GPs are spending nearly a fifth of their consultation time dealing with non-medical issues at a cost of nearly £400m, according to a new report from charity Citizens Advice. Click HERE to read article in Pulse magazine.
Presentations from Tower Hamlets Social Prescribing forum 1st March.