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Video resource for social prescribing

Social prescribing service videos

The Story of the Crawley Social Prescribing 'Prescription Plus'' Project (2018)

Social Prescribing is a way of linking people with non-medical support to improve their physical and mental wellbeing, connecting them with their local communities and supporting them to feel more empowered. This film captures how the Social Prescribing scheme came to fruition in Crawley, West Sussex, and the impact it has had on residents and the local healthcare system.  We hope the film offers practical advice and guidance for anyone looking to learn more about Social Prescribing.

Social Prescribing in Crawley: Key ingredients of the Link Worker Model (2018)

There are different ways of providing Social Prescribing services, and this film outlines the importance of the link worker, or community support coordinator role, who bridges primary care and the voluntary and community sector to refer patients to a menu of local services that will enhance their health and wellbeing. This film highlights the role of Tracy from Crawley CVS, who receives patient referrals from all the staff at Southgate Medical Group, and through a conversation she will find out their non-medical needs; from money worries and social isolation; to help them get them support at the right place.

Social Prescribing - a new wave in healthcare: Focus on Crawley's Prescription Plus service (2018)

There is a growing body of evidence that Social Prescribing can lead to improved health and wellbeing outcomes and NHS England recognises how harnessing community-based services has the power to transform health and care as well as reduce pressure on GP services (General practice forward view, 2016) and A&E attendance.  This film captures the perspectives from the key people involved in the Crawley Social Prescribing scheme to explore how it has created a new way of working that has transformed the lives of local residents and the healthcare system.

A Case Study of Social Prescribing in Practice: The Crawley Posh Club (2018)

Social Prescribing is a way of linking people with non-medical support to improve their physical and mental wellbeing, connecting them with their local communities and supporting them to feel more empowered. The Posh Club is one of a variety of services that is part of the ‘Prescription Plus’ menu in Crawley, and it is a glamorous weekly social event for older people to meet each other over afternoon tea, with music and dancing.  This film includes interviews with local citizens who have been ‘prescribed’ to the Posh Club having been introduced by the community link worker, following a referral to the Social Prescribing Service by their GP Practice, and how it has benefited them.

A short film about the initiative in the London Borough of Bexley with Mind Bexley-

. Gloucestershire CCG commissioned a video about their local social prescribing services

Members of the Family Action group in Hackney describe social prescription and how it makes a difference for families that come to the project.

Social prescribing service in Doncaster

General social prescribing videos

Lectures on social prescribing

UWE's Richard Kimberlee talks about social prescribing, which connects people to projects and activities that will support their mental health. Increasingly, GPs are seeing patients with social isolation and other mental health issues, rather than physical conditions, which a GP can't traditionally address: this is where social prescribing comes in, which offers a non-medical alternative to address wellbeing issues. This talk is part of the health strand of the Festival of the Future City, held on 17 November 2015

Reflection on social prescribing

A reflective video by Tim Owen Jones for the College of Medicine 2015