Peer reviewed publications and reports authored/co-authored by Wales School for Social Prescribing Research:
Elliott M, Smith S, Pontin D, Wallace C, 2020. Developing a tool to measure social well-being in the context of social prescribing. A group concept mapping study. Report, November 2020.
Wallace C, Wallace S, Lloyd-Jones N, Davies M, Elliott M, Ganesh S, Griffiths L, Llewellyn M, Pontin D, Tetlow S, 2020. Enhancing student wellbeing through social prescribing: A group concept mapping of student wellbeing in Wrexham Glyndwr University. Report, August 2020.
Lewney, C., Lynch, M., Mason, E., Spencer, L. 2020. Developing a theory of change for a complex programme; a systematic framework for ensuring the delivery of outcomes in a new Wellbeing Hub for the Nantlle Valley. https://www.researchregistry.com/browse-the-registry#home/registrationdetails/5f6df47f2c8a940015297543/
Thomas, G., Lynch, M., Spencer, L. 2020. A systematic review to examine the evidence in developing social prescribing interventions that apply a co-productive, codesigned approach to improve wellbeing outcomes in a community setting. PROSPERO 2020 CRD42020206064 Available from: https://www.crd.york.ac.uk/prospero/display_record.php?ID=CRD42020206064
Taylor C, Ruddle N, Perry K, Budden C, 2020. Addressing Avoidable Inequalities: The Role of One University in Place-Based Transformational Change. In University-Community Partnerships for Promoting Social Responsibility in Higher Education. Emerald Publishing Limited.
Jones C, Hartfield N, Brocklehurst P, Lynch M, Edwards R, 2020. Social Return on Investment Analysis of the Health Precinct Community Hub for Chronic Conditions. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17, 5249. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17145249
Davies M, Wallace C, Pontin D, Wallace S, 2020. Enhancing student wellbeing through social prescribing - a rapid realist review. PROSPERO 2020 CRF42020193075.
Elliott M, Wallace C, 2020. What methods for evaluating social prescribing work, for which intervention types, for whom, and in what circumstances? A protocol for a realist review. Study protocol. PROSPERO 2020 CRD42020183065.
Wallace C, Elliott M, Thomas S, Roberts G, Ruddle N, Groves K, Rees S, Pontin D., 2020. Using consensus methods to develop a Social Prescribing Learning Needs Framework for practitioners in Wales. Perspectives in Public Health. https://doi.org/10.1177/1757913919897946
Wallace C & Elliott M, 2019. Wales Social Prescribing Research Network 2018 - 2019 Brief Summary of Activity. Report.
Rees S, Thomas S, Elliott M & Wallace C., 2019. Creating community assets/social capital within the context of Social Prescribing: Findings from the workshop held 17/07/2019. Workshop Report. Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB. Wales Council for Voluntary Action. University of South Wales. p30.
Jones C, Brocklehurts P, Burton C, Edwards RT, Jones A, Jones S, Morgan L, Roberts GW, Williams L, Evans C & Hartfiel N, 2019. Evaluating the impact of a joint social care and NHS initiative to promote social participation and patient activation for older people in North Wales. Full report. p8.
Wallace, C, Rees, S & Stone, J., 2018, 'Social Prescribing: how to create a sustainable journey?' Institute Welsh Affairs.
Jones, C. & Lynch, M., 2018. SPICE Time Credits Social Prescribing Pilot Evaluation. Final Report. Cardiff University & Bangor University. p32.
Jones C, Windle G & Tudor Edwards R, 2018. Dementia and Imagination: A Social Return on Investment Analysis Framework for Art Activities for People Living with Dementia. The Gerontologist, 60(1), 112-123. https://doi.org/10.1093/geront/gny147
Wallace, C., Stone, J., Beeckman, L., Davies, E., Davies, F., Evans, R., Griffiths, M., Kenkre, J., Llewellyn, M., Lynch, M., Pontin, D., Powell, D., Roberts, G., Smith, S., Thomas, S., Vinnicombe, S., Wallace, S., Elliott, M., Rees, S., 2018. All Wales Social Prescribing Research Network. What does good look like? Setting its outcome principles and Framework for Wales. Consultation Report. October 31st. University of South Wales. PRIME Centre Wales. RCE Cymru. Wales Council for Voluntary Action, p7.
Wallace, C., Stone, J., Beeckman, L., Davies, E., Davies, F., Evans, R., Griffiths, M., Kenkre, J., Llewellyn, M., Lynch, M., Pontin, D., Powell, D., Roberts, G., Smith, S., Thomas, S., Vinnicombe, S., Wallace, S., Elliott, M., Rees, S., 2018. Final Report on the All Wales Social Prescribing Research Network. Setting its Research Priorities for Wales. University of South Wales. PRIME Centre Wales. RCE Cymru. Wales Council for Voluntary Action, p14.
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