Wales School for Social Prescribing Research logo

Current projects

Participate in a research study about social well-being

17 July 2020

Researchers at the University of South Wales and the Wales School for Social Prescribing Research (WSSPR) are running a study to gather insights into what makes up a person’s social world and what aspects of this influence their well-being.

We would like to invite you to engage in three separate online activities over the next six weeks. The purpose of the exercise is to move towards a consensus position on what makes up a person’s social world. We would like to include people from across the UK and internationally to take part.

The study will be run online using software called Group Wisdom and it will involve a brainstorming exercise, followed by grouping and rating activities all related to the topic. Each activity will last no more than 20-30 minutes and you can start and come back to the activity when you have some free time.


Please indicate your interest in participating in this study by returning this e-mail to A member of the study team will then contact you with further information and send a consent form for you to complete. Once this is returned to them, they will provide you with a link to the software and a unique username and password.

We know how busy and challenging things are at the moment, but hope that you might be able to find a short amount of time to help us develop this concept.

Thank you in anticipation of your participation, it is very much appreciated. If you have any queries please don't hesitate to contact the research team:


Evaluation of social prescribing activity in Wales.

Social value

Social value of social prescribing.


Education of social prescribing.


If you are interested in signing up to our researcher network to receive Wales School for Social Prescribing Research news and updates, or would like to speak to a member of the team to discuss possible research collaboration, please contact us.


© Copyright Wales School for Social Prescribing Research