The 14th March marked the first International #SocialPrescribingDay. The Social Prescribing Network said that anyone could get involved whether individual or community, university or general practice.

It was only a very small contribution, but I did two things. I created the following poster that was put up in GP surgeries locally.


Social Precibing Day Poster

and highlighting the value of friendship and the importance of community, I sent a bunch of daffodils to everyone in my street.


I was also very grateful to receive the following t-shirts on #socialprescribingday, which I look forward to using to spread the good word in due course.



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Really interested in social prescribing, public health and improving health by personalisation, empowerment and an assets based approach.

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