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Diet & Nutrition

ZeST Nutrition

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Play the Nutrition Game using our online tool - ZeST. An educational board game that helps health and social care staff improve their knowledge, recognition and management of malnutrition. It helps raise awareness of the importance of good nutrition, particularly for older people in care settings.

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  • In training and education face-to-face discussions are incredibly powerful. But for many organisations, groups cannot meet face-to-face. Valuable opportunities for engagement and learning are being missed.

    However, people are still meeting in groups via Zoom, Skype and Teams. So, we have created a unique way of playing our board games online to maximise the value of remote meetings. It is called ZeST.

    ZeST encourages the same intense group discussions as our board games, and it can be used by anyone during any online meeting. ZeST is perfect for learning and training in the current situation and can be used for stand-alone learning sessions or integrated into group meetings.

    We offer a twelve month subscription for a single concurrent user within your whole organisation.

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  • Malnutrition and dehydration can affect our whole body, causing illness and in extreme cases, death. The Nutrition Game provides an interesting and engaging approach to learning about nutrition and hydration. Two teams play against each other, discussing and answering questions designed to promote sharing ideas and best practice.

    By developing short discussions around each question, players can reflect on the importance of hydration and nutrition. This helps them to make positive changes which improve patient care and raises awareness of the importance of supporting people to eat and drink well, particularly in care settings.


    Topics covered include:

    • Recognising malnutrition and dehydration
    • Causes and consequences
    • Providing healthy diets
    • Assessments and screening
    • Supporting people to eat and drink



    Suitable for all staff in any health or social care setting

    • Nurses/student nurses
    • Junior doctors/medical students
    • Pharmacy staff