Rachel Gibbs, Assistant Director Prison Healthcare South Eastern Health & Social Care Trust has been leading a partnership project with Elemental from within Hydebank Wood College. Rachel said “Elemental has helped us at every step along the way. Using the Elemental social prescribing platform has helped keep everyone on track. It provides us with the structure we need and highlights any deficits in planning, meaning we can now support our patients better. It has also helped internal teams to work more closely together which has boosted staff morale and teamwork.”
Monthly progress displayed in a simple and easy way for Referrals Makers and communities to understand
Enabling key people within your area to use any time and on any device
Filter social prescription options by location, ability and type of support required to maximise people engagement-better facilitate Shared Decision Making
Frees up GP time by sending referral straight through to relevant staff
Helping patients to better understand their health risk and track their health risk status using validated monitoring tools.
Provide accurate epidemiological information to facilitate greater reporting between Prison Departments, local authorities, health and third sector.
Referring patients to range of quality assured community based lifestyle interventions
Facilitate, track, and measure attendance rates of patients across multiple prison based lifestyle intervention providers
Generates bookings with services integrated with patients personal calendar
Enables accredited Providers to create and edit database of locations, programmes and allocate appropriate Facilitators
Track patient’s health and wellbeing improvement journey in real time in line with their identified health risks
Jennifer has over 17 year’s experience in extensive engagement and consultation with vibrant and diverse stakeholder groups drawn. Her work has informed strategies for renewal – economic, physical and social, building stronger and more vibrant communities.
Leeann has over 15 years experience in community development & health, engaging and activating the hardly reached across areas of disadvantage in particular families, older people at risk of isolation, carers and children at risk of or suffering from obesity.
Prison Project Advisor
Clare has held a number of roles in community health improvement aiming to reduce health inequalities and improve the health and well-being of the community.