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Social prescribing link workers: Reference guide for Primary Care Networks (PCNs)

This guide is provided as additional information to help primary care networks (PCNs) introduce the new role of social prescribing link worker into their multi-disciplinary teams as part of the expansion to the primary care workforce introduced under the GP contract reforms.

Updated on Monday, 13 January 2020, 701 views

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