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Social Prescribing


  • What is social prescribing and how does it fit with the GP Forward view and NHS Plan?
  • Can we describe our population – what kind of Social Prescribing would they benefit from?
  • How can you map what is already happening in your area?
  • What kind of patients would benefit from seeing a Social Prescriber?
  • Where do people go now for information about activities and how do you link to this?
  • How can your PPG help?
  • What do we need to make social prescribing work for us and our population?


An introduction to Social Prescribing in Primary Care.



Session time: 13:30-15:30

    When: 20 Oct 2021

    Duration: 2 Hours

    Via Zoom
    • Available to:
    • ANP
    • Deputy Manager
    • Finance Manager
    • GP
    • GP Trainee
    • Health Care Assistant
    • Nurse
    • Other
    • Pharmacist
    • Physiotherapist
    • Practice/Organisation Manager

    Lunch & refreshments will NOT be provided


    Kay Keane

    Starting her career in the NHS as a 19 year old Medical Receptionist, Kay quickly realised that Primary Care was the place for her. Working throughout the system with a national profile in NHSE, Kay was made redundant in 2014. She used this to decide on a career move that would find her closer to home and give her a better work life balance. Choosing what she thought would be a “nice” job as a Practice Manager she finds this the most challenging and inspirational move she could have made, citing practice management as “the best and worst job in the world in equal measure”.