Resources and Events – Reports

Reports

In-depth reports showcasing the digital landscape of social prescribing and engagement.

This report into digital and information technology and how it can support social prescribing, forms part of the overall report for the Greater London Authority for the Mayors initiative around social prescribing, and should be read in conjunction with that.
This report, commissioned by the GLA, looks at the role of the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector in scaling social prescribing in London – in particular, the role of the sector in effective delivery of services, the challenges and opportunities the sector faces and the support required, as well as outlining its future role.
In August 2019, S3 Solutions and Elemental were commissioned by Health and Wellbeing, Health Service Executive, the National Office of Suicide Prevention and the Department of Health to conduct an evaluability assessment of Social Prescribing in Ireland. Evaluability assessment (EA) is a systematic approach to planning an evaluation of projects. It seeks to assess: “the extent to which an activity or project can be evaluated in a reliable or credible fashion”

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Jennifer and Leeann

Someone’s health and wellbeing can be affected by where they live, what they do for a living, their income or their early childhood background experiences. This in turn leads to some stark, and often avoidable health differences.

We founded Elemental to play an active part in halting health inequalities through the social prescribing movement. Our technology helps communities to be better connected, build resilience and bring real precision to the measurement of the impact of community investment.

We work with organisations that want to continue to invest in their communities but want to be much better at measuring impact and outcomes.

We believe this is a powerful route out of health inequality.

CEO & Co-Founder, Jennifer Neff
COO & Co-Founder, Leeann Monk-Ozgul

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