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This short briefing explores how you can practically offer people with learning disabilities, mental ill health, dementia, stroke, as well as other long term conditions, a new way to avoid a long time in hospital or a nursing facility. Read more
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This document is the National Association of Link Workers Code of Practice for employers of social prescribing link workers and social prescribing link workers. It sets the core standards expected of high-quality social prescribing practice. Read more
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A research report from the National Association of Link Workers exploring the level and types of support that Social Prescribing Link Workers receive and what they need to deliver quality support to people. Read more

A step-by-step guide for using time banks as a tool in partnership with local hospitals. Read more

This case study describes how Norfolk and Suffolk Recovery College coproduced a course with Szara Froud, a mental health professional and Anastacia, who has bipolar disorder. Read more

This case study focuses on improving dementia care through care navigation and social prescribing. Read more

To support social workers to have conversations with disabled people around getting active, ‘Get Yourself Active’ co-produced guidance with them. It encourages asset-based approaches to discussing the opportunities and outcomes brought about by physical activity. Read more

This research-based publication addresses the need for commissioning for community development for health and provides a framework for action, starting in priority neighbourhoods. Read more
Ladder of coprroduction

The ladder of co-production describes a series of steps towards full co-production in health and social care. It supports greater understanding of the various pre-steps such as 'access', 'inclusion'  and 'consultation'. Read more

This discussion paper by Martin Fischer and Gill Ereaut, was commissioned by the Health Foundation, to explore the complex issues around the clinician–patient interaction – and suggest ways that it could be improved. Read more