Henry studied Medicine and completed a BSc in Global Health, and is now doing a PhD around the evaluation of Social Prescribing and innovative models of General Practice, at UCL. He has a background working with community organisations helping undocumented migrants and refugees access healthcare services, and working in education within schools around gender equality. He is Vice-lead of the National Social Prescribing Student Champion Scheme, and an Early Career Researcher at the MARCH network, and creator of the MARCH Network podcast. His keen interests are: community assets for mental health, social prescribing, personalised care, and innovative models of General Practice. Henry is an avid reader especially of historical fictions, runs marathons, and looks to cook!
Henry Aughterson writes his debut blog about a study of longitudinal associations between short-term, repeated, and sustained arts engagement and well-being outcomes in older adults.[read the full story...]