Social Prescribing Programme Managers Conference-UK

Calling Social Prescribing Programme Managers in the UK
Following our very fantastic UK Annual Social Prescribing #LinkWorkerDay conference, we are delighted to host 12 local shared learning events across the UK.
  • This event is for UK Social Prescribing Programme managers only
  • FREE NALW member event
  • Limited spaces available, so book now to avoid disappointment

How to book: log into your membership account and book via member events on the left navigation panel

Schedule

12:30PM–1:00PM · Networking

Lunch & Networking
Have a lovely lunch and do a little 1:1 networking (3-minute rounds)

1:00PM–1:05PM · Stage

Opening and Welcome
1:05PM–1:20PM · Stage
Guest speaker- 2020 Social Prescribing Manager of the year winner

1:20PM–2:20PM · Storytelling session

Hear from Social Prescribing Managers from across the UK regarding their social prescribing journey and best practices

2:20PM–2:30PM · Networking

Break & Networking
Have a break, stretch and do some 1:1 speed networking!

2:30PM–3:00PM · Themed Session 1- Bereavement and COVID-19

Join the discussions with Cruse Bereavement Care about the learnings so far from bereavement due to COVID-19

3:00PM–3:30PM · Themed Session 2-Team based working at a time of COVID-19
Join the discussion on team-based working at a time of COVID-19

3:30PM–4:00PM · Themed Session 3 – Future-proofing your social prescribing service

Join the discussions about future-proofing your social prescribing service

4:00PM–4:10PM · Networking
Have a break, stretch, and do some speed 1:1 networking!

4:10PM–4:25PM · Wellbeing session

Join the discussion on the importance of well-being and mindfulness.

4:25PM–4:30PM · Stage

Closing remarks

Speakers are listed on the booking page. Log into your membership account to book via the member events page on the left navigation panel

Date

Nov 27 2020
Expired!

Time

12:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Cost

Free

Location

Online
National Association of Link Workers

Organizer

National Association of Link Workers

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