This seminar presented by Kerryn Husk will outline a new project being set up jointly at the Universities of Plymouth and Exeter which aims to manualise a ‘nature-on-prescription’ intervention for people with common mental health conditions.
There is considerable variation in the type and scope of nature-based activities provided through social prescribing, and in how frequently people attend, and for how long. It is unclear which activities are most likely to have a positive impact. A number of aspects of the interventions may have a positive impact.
This new project will use a structured approach to design a programme of nature-based, group activities suitable for prescribing through primary care and other pathways.
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This seminar is part of the DECI (Developing and Evaluating Complex Interventions) series. Visit the DECI webpage for more information or please email email@example.com to be added to the mailing list.