The ambitious NHS long term plan is putting people at the centre of healthcare and one which recognises that the [...]
On Tuesday 6 November an event dedicated to social prescribing was held in London and attended by Health Secretary, [...]
In April 2018 Penny Brohn UK welcomed University of Bath MSc student, Becky Samuel, to join our in-house research [...]
Cancer survival rates are increasing thanks to breakthroughs in treatments across the world, but a lack of emotional and [...]
Responding to recent publicity on the use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) in cancer care A short news [...]
Dr Helen Seers, Research and Evaluation Lead, tells us about attending the Social Prescribing Network’s first research conference, held in [...]
After cancer treatment, it's normal to look forward to returning to familiar routines but, starting work again can take planning and courage, so it is important to make sure that you are ready for this step.