Final Report on the All Wales Social Prescribing Research Network: Setting its Research Priorities for Wales

Carolyn Wallace, Judith Stone, Liesbeth Beeckman, Emma Davies, Freya Davies, Rebecca Evans, Mark Griffiths, Joyce Kenkre, Mark Llewellyn, Mary Lynch, David Pontin, Della Powell, Glynne Roberts, Sally Rees, Steven Smith, Sara Thomas, Soo Vinnicombe, Sarah Wallace

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Abstract

In May 2018 the new All Wales Social Prescribing Research Network (WSPRN) funded by the Wales School for Social Care Research (WSSCR) convened a consensus meeting with key individuals from practice, academia, government, statutory and the third sector organisations to set its research priorities for Wales. The meeting was co-chaired by Judith Stone, WCVA and Dr Carolyn Wallace, University of South Wales & PRIME Centre Wales. It subsequently conducted a consultation process with its 170 members and the PRIME Centre Wales SUPER group (members of the public)to reach a final consensus and agree a way forward. This document reports on these events. The WSPRN is a multi-agency and multi-disciplinary organisation led by WCVA and USW. Its aim is to build the critical evidence for social prescribing in Wales. It supports the South, North and West Wales communities of practice and also feeds into RCE Cymru (a Regional Centre of Excellence within the United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability global network).
Original languageEnglish
Commissioning bodyWales School for Social Care Research
Number of pages14
Publication statusPublished - 3 Oct 2018
EventAll Wales Social Prescribing Research Network: Setting Research Priorities.
21 May 2018, Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff
- Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff, United Kingdom
Duration: 21 May 201821 May 2018

Keywords

  • social prescribing;
  • Wales
  • Research priorities
  • Consensus methods

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