Deadline 30th October
Public Health England is conducting an evidence review on social prescribing approaches for migrant populations in England in collaboration with University College London (UCL) and International Organization for Migration (IOM).
Migrant populations with no recourse to public funds are at greater risk of experiencing social exclusion and marginalisation. The definition of social prescribing may encompass directing an individual to a greater range of services and activities compared to those traditionally prescribed for the general population. This could include links to services providing food security, legal advice, financial advice, housing support, employment assistance and language services to address the upstream social determinants of health and wellbeing.
To complement an ongoing literature review, Public Health England (PHE) is inviting stakeholders to submit research data or reports
For more information go to the Government website (opens in a new tab)