Enhancing Student Well-being Through Social Prescribing: A Group Concept Mapping of student wellbeing in Wrexham Glyndwr University Final Report

Carolyn Wallace, Sarah Wallace, Nikki Lloyd-Jones, Mark Davies, Megan Elliott, Siva Ganesh, Lisa Griffiths, Mark Llewellyn, David Pontin, Sion Tetlow

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This study is part of a larger evaluation study of the new and innovative pilot social prescribing model being developed and implemented at WGU during 2020-2021.

HEFCW commissioned WGU to explore ways of enhancing student wellbeing, build resilience and promote new ways of working using a replicable model of social prescribing. This report on the Group Concept Mapping (GCM) study element of the evaluation is the first of a series of reports and was commissioned to explore what has affected student wellbeing at WGU over the last 12 months.
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Corff comisiynuGlyndŵr University
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StatwsCyhoeddwyd - Hyd 2020

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