The King’s Centre, 64 Osney Mead, Oxford OX2 0ES, UK


Wednesday, 10 Jul 2019, 9:45 AM

Social prescribing is an initiative set up in the NHS to address people’s non-medical needs by linking them to local groups or organisations. Social prescribing activities can include attending public spaces or amenities (e.g. parks, museums and libraries) that run events or groups to help with individuals’ non- medical needs. A team based at the University of Oxford interested is hearing what people think about the role of these settings in supporting health and well-being. They're holding a free interactive workshop, where members of the public can share their views.

The event is open to all OMHN members and lunch will be provided. Keep in mind spots are limited to 30 people so book as soon as you can if you want to come by going to this link ( or emailing!