WEBINAR: Social Prescribing: Increasing reach and evidencing impact in Scotland

On Tuesday 10 November we  hosted a webinar showcasing how social prescribing is increasing reach and evidence impact in Scotland.

Join Elemental and guest hosts from SPRING Social Prescribing, Your Voice Inverclyde, and Scran Academy, to hear how digital social prescribing is helping those working in community health and wellbeing to reduce health inequalities by:


Increasing referral routes into community-based support such as debt advice, employability support, exercise, befriending, social welfare legal advice and food distribution

Enabling Social Prescribing Link Workers and Community Navigators to work remotely in partnership with GPs, social workers, and other providers of community services

Demonstrating the demand for services and support as well as helping to identify gaps in provision

Providing a person/ community driven approach to self care and independence


Debra Renwick, Partnerships Executive, North of England & Scotland, Elemental

Karen Haldane, Managing Director, Your Voice Inverclyde

Sean MacFarlane, Your Voice Inverclyde

Clare Cook, Social Prescribing Regional Manager, SPRING Social Prescribing

Danielle Keenan, SPRING Social Prescribing Project Manager, SPRING Social Prescribing

John Loughton, Founder, CEO, Scran Academy



About Elemental

Elemental is an award winning Tech For Good company that helps stakeholders in social prescribing and population health management to focus on the wider determinants of health: income, wealth, housing, education, transport, leisure and supports the adoption of health behaviours and lifestyles: smoking, diet, drinking, exercise. Elemental better connects stakeholders, providers of services and patients with health risks in the places and communities we live in whilst generating data that helps inform the design and delivery of an integrated health and care system.

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