Enabling Effective Learning Environments - NENC

Evaluation for a social prescribing and primary care integrated student placement

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In Autumn 2022, a new placement was piloted in Gateshead for two nursing students working across a primary care GP practice and the social prescribing team. This placement was evaluated to determine the benefits, challenges, and to consider how this may be further developed.

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This document evaluates a social prescribing and primary care integrated student placement,

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Enabling Effective  Learning Environments - NENC
Contributed by: Enabling Effective Learning Environments - NENC
Authored by: Helen Stainsby, HEE, Practice Placement Facilitator
Nicola McDougall, CBC Health, Strategic Workforce Development Lead
Authored on: 2023
Licence: © All rights reserved More information on licences
First contributed: 22 February 2023
Audience access level: Full user

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