This 20 credit level 5 module will be of interest to practitioners employed in a social prescribing related role who would like to develop their career or who are looking to improve or enrich the service that they work in. The module incorporates a deeper understanding of the theoretical and legislative underpinnings to social prescribing, considers the existing models and means of evaluating services in order to enhance them. The case study based assessment offers participants the opportunity to review and evaluate their current work, enhancing both their own professional skills and the provision offered to its beneficiaries.
What you will study
The stand-alone module is part of the Mental Health and Wellbeing BSc, and it has been designed to support the growing need to ensure consistency, confidence and evidence/evaluation for practitioners and those involved in social prescribing and the shift we need to develop the new model of health and well being.
Course start dates
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