Our Games

Some of our Health & Social Care Games


All In Game:
An engaging, unique ‘serious’ game that helps teams translate strategic goals into action plans that deliver results.

Biobanking Game:
A game-based learning resource to help cancer patients understand what biobanking is; and why their consent is vital.

Bio Economy Game:
A game to help players understand how a city or locality can function as a bioeconomy.

Burns Game:
Improving initial management of burn injuries.

Care Certificate Game:
Competency assessment tool for Care Certificate training.

Communication Game:
Understand communication support needs and improve communication skills.

Cystic Fibrosis Game:
Helps young patients understand and learn to manage their Cystic Fibrosis.

Domestic Abuse Training Game :
Learn to recognise and respond to domestic abuse concerns.

Dr Jargon:
Lose the jargon and practise communicating clearly with children.

Drug Recovery:
Understand the ups and downs of the drug recovery process.

Drug Round Game:
Understand, recognise and minimise medication errors.

Dysphagia Game:
Identify and manage dysphagia more effectively.

Essential Diagnosis Game:
An active learning tool that helps junior doctors, medical students improve their diagnostic thinking and history taking skills.

The Emotion Game:
Designed to help children express how they feel; and what they may want to do to manage their feelings.

Every Generation Game: Windrush Edition:
Storytelling game designed to help stories of the Windrush Generation be shared and remembered.

Everybody’s Different: The Appearance Game:
Helps children to explore appearance related issues.


First Aid Game:
Improve competence of frontline staff in delivering first-aid.

Flu Bee:
Increase staff flu vaccination rates and create a buzz about the flu jab.

The Floor Game
A game-based simulation to help multidisciplinary staff learn the complexities of managing an ED safely.

Food Hygiene Game:
Consolidate knowledge from Elementary Food Hygiene and Level 2 Food Hygiene training

Food In Later Life Game:
Helps ensure older people continue to access and enjoy food as they get older.

Food, Mood & Health:
Helps young people explore the effect of food on physical and emotional health.

Healthy eating card game for children.

Foodtalk Game:
Improve nutrition and health in the early years.

Game of Medieval Life:
The game can help anyone understand what life was like for ordinary medieval folk, and not so ordinary folk.

Game of Stools:
Improve prevention and management of Clostridium difficile.

Harm Free Game:
Practise risk assessment to reduce avoidable patient harm.

Health Promotion Collection:
Fun way to learn about health and personal safety for people with learning disabilities.

Highway to Health:
Helps children and adults to learn about healthy living and lifestyle choices.

Hospital Life:
Understand patient flow and capacity management in a hospital.

Hydration Game:
Recognise and minimise dehydration for patients, residents and staff.

Infection Control Game:
Recognise and manage an infection outbreak on a hospital ward.

Infection Management Game:
Helps healthcare staff to apply the correct procedures.

Jobs That Care Game:
Four games to help school, college students develop knowledge of health and social care, and career opportunities available.

Helps health and social care professionals understand collective clinical leadership.

A staff training game to improve awareness of LGBT+ issues; and help create a more inclusive working environment.

MaP Game - Healthcare edition:
Helps health and social care professionals value mental and physical health as equally important.

MaP Game - Workplace edition:
Helps open up the conversation of mental health at work

Masterful Mentoring Game:
Supports mentor annual updates through reflective practice.


The Nutrition Game:
Understand malnutrition and improve how you support people to eat & drink.

Poopology Game:
Helps health & social care staff manage individuals with diarrhoea more effectively.

Priorities Game:
Helps student & newly qualified nurses practise decision making and prioritisation on a simulated ward.

Removing Barriers:
Understand and remove barriers faced by disabled people accessing public services.

Renal Game:
An engaging way to learn about the structure and function of the kidney, nephron, and renal system.

Safeguarding Game:
An introduction to child and adult safeguarding.

Sepsis Game:
Raise awareness of sepsis, improve recognition and management of sepsis.

Shared Governance Game
Understand what Shared Governance is, and how it works in healthcare.

Show Me Where:
Simple pain assessment tools to help people with communication difficulties convey location of pain.

Sleep Game:
Helps individuals, working with children and families, understand the importance of sleep for children.

STI Wars:
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.

Traffic Life:
Helps adults with learning disabilities manage relationships and risks.

Working Stress:
Help clinicians manage stress and avoid burnout.

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