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View from the Summit: Exploring the Outdoor Social Prescribing Landscape

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Social Prescribing - mountain climbing
Date of Event
10th June 2022
Last Booking Date for this Event
9th June 2022

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This conference is hosted by UCLan's Social Prescribing Unit, UCLan Outdoors and Mind over Mountains focusing on blue and green social prescribing for mental wellbeing.
Join us from 10am, Friday June 10th for this unique learning and networking opportunity:

View from the Summit: Exploring the Outdoor Social Prescribing Landscape for Wellbeing.

A collaboration between UCLan and Mind Over Mountains (Registered charity: 1190883) - our aim is to bring together interested parties from across the outdoors, mental health and social prescribing sectors to share and explore the existing research, education and community landscape, with a view to enabling participants to leave with a rucksack packed full of ideas, inspiration, connections and opportunity. The central focus is very much around the mental health benefits of being physically-active, such as walking, in natural (green/blue) environments, and the support that is required or available to enable safe and meaningful experiences.


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Running from 10am until 4pm, the morning sessions will include keynote speakers from Mind Over Mountain’s Alex Staniforth and UCLan’s team of social prescribing & mental health researchers.

Following a networking lunch, attendees will be able to select from a range of 30-45 minute practical, theoretical and discussion-based workshops and displays across the outdoors, mental health and social prescribing themes.

More information on the afternoon's sessions to follow!

Attendee CategoryCostPlace(s) Available  
Face-to-Face Entry Ticket£10.000[Read More]
Online Only ticket£0.000[Read More]

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