Improving initial management of burn injuries.
Care Certificate Game:
Competency assessment tool for Care Certificate training.
Understand communication support needs and improve communication skills.
Cystic Fibrosis Game:
Helps young patients understand and learn to manage their Cystic Fibrosis.
Lose the jargon and practice communicating clearly with children.
Drug Recovery (Coming Soon!):
Understand the ups and downs of the drug recovery process.
Drug Round Game:
Understand, recognise and minimise medication errors.
Identify and manage dysphagia more effectively.
First Aid Game (Coming Soon!):
Improve competence of frontline staff in delivering first-aid.
Increase staff flu vaccination rates and create a buzz about the flu jab.
Food, Mood & Health:
Helps young people explore the effect of food on physical and emotional health.
Healthy eating card game for children.
Improve nutrition and health in the early years.
Game of Stools:
Improve prevention and management of Clostridium difficile.
Harm Free Game:
Practice risk assessment to reduce avoidable patient harm.
Understand patient flow and capacity management in a hospital.
Recognise and minimise dehydration for patients, residents and staff.
Infection Control Game:
Recognise and manage an infection outbreak in a hospital ward.
Masterful Mentoring Game:
Supports mentor annual updates through reflective practice.
The Nutrition Game:
Understand malnutrition and improve how you support people to eat & drink.
Understand and remove barriers faced by disabled people accessing public services.
Raise awareness of sepsis and improve recognition and management of sepsis.
Young people learn how sexually transmitted infection can be prevented by minimising risks.
Stop The Pressure:
Recognise and reduce avoidable pressure ulcers.
The Stroke Game:
Understand the stroke patient journey, from the ambulance to rehabilitation.
Stroke Touchpoint Cards:
Facilitate person centred conversation between health professionals and stroke survivors.
Teams That Care:
Improve team performance in health and social care teams.
Helps adults with learning disabilities manage relationships and risks.