Green Health Partnerships (GHPs) are the centrepiece of the Our Natural Health Service (ONHS) programme which aims to encourage better use of Scotland's natural environment as a resource to improve health and wellbeing and tackle health inequalities. Following the establishment of four partnerships during 2018/19, a series of research interviews were undertaken with some of the individuals involved at an operational and strategic level to explore their experience of the first year of delivery and their thoughts on longer-term mainstreaming of the GHP approach. These research findings will be used to help guide and plan future GHP activities, add to the evidence around what works and inform the evaluation of the Our Natural Health Service programme.
Publication 2020 - NatureScot Research Report 1212 - Our Natural Health Service - Gathering the views of key individuals with an operational or strategic role in the Green Health Partnership Intervention
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