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Participants sought for study on Social Prescribing referrals

We recently shared information on this news page about a Social Prescribing project being undertaken by Nottingham Trent University to investigate what the Social Prescribing connection process to community groups involves and how people's interests and needs are being matched to existing groups.

The project is now looking for participants (aged 18 and over) to take part who have received a recent Social Prescribing referral in Nottingham. Participants are required for a one-hour interview to investigate how people are connected to local community groups from their GP or other health professional. This will involve discussing if and how people's interests and needs are being matched to community groups. Individuals will receive a £10 Amazon voucher as a thank you for taking part.

Interviews will take place online over Microsoft Teams or over the phone, at a time and date suitable to the participant.

If you are interested in participating or would like to find out more, please contact the Lead Researcher Tempany Morgan, by emailing tempany.morgan2019@my.ntu.ac.uk or phoning 07938 058 115. You can also contact the Project Supervisor Mhairi Bowe by emailing mhairi.bowe@ntu.ac.uk or by calling 0115 848 2654.

 

Category: 
Consultations and Surveys
Date Posted: 
Wednesday, 10 February, 2021

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