These can be borrowed for use with your team, and library staff can come and help facilitate a game for your team.
The complete list is below, with links to the publishers website for more information on how they work, numbers of players, time to allow etc.
- The Nutrition Game (understand malnutrition and improve how you support people to eat and drink)
- The Communication Game (understand communication support needs and improve communication skills)
- The Hydration Game (recognise and minimise dehydration for patients, residents and staff)
- The Care Certificate Game (competency assessment tool for Care Certificate training)
- The Sepsis Game (raise awareness of sepsis and improve recognition and management of sepsis)
- The Drug Round Game (understand, recognise and minimise medication errors)
- Game of Stools (improve prevention and management of Clostridium difficile)
- Harm free game: improving patient outcomes (Practice risk assessment to reduce avoidable patient harm, covering areas such as pressure ulcers, falls, catheter acquired urinary tract infections, VTE, medication errors, nutrition and hydration)
- Stop the pressure game: helping to prevent pressure ulcers (Recognise and reduce avoidable pressure ulcers)
- Infection control game (Recognise and manage an infection outbreak in a hospital ward)