Prescribing social activities doesn’t achieve aims

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“Social prescribing” of activities like cooking or gardening has failed to improve patient health or cut GP visits, a pilot scheme evaluation has found.Pulsetoday reports that the study examined a social prescribing scheme currently in use at 22 GP practices in areas of East London, in which GPs and other practice staff create a care

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