A review of the evidence assessing impact of social prescribing on healthcare demand and cost implications

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Polley, Marie, Bertotti, M., Kimberlee, Richard and Pilkington, K. 2017. A review of the evidence assessing impact of social prescribing on healthcare demand and cost implications. University of Westminster.
AuthorsPolley, Marie, Bertotti, M., Kimberlee, Richard and Pilkington, K.
TypeTechnical report
Year2017
PublisherUniversity of Westminster
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