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ZeST Working Stress

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Play the Working Stress Game using our online tool - ZeST. Clinical practice can be very stressful, and healthcare professionals are more likely to feel stressed than people in most other professions. The Working Stress Game helps health professionals discuss work-related stress and think about coping strategies they can apply in daily practice.


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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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  • The Working Stress Game is an educational board game which brings together groups of health professionals to talk about the effects of stress at work and understand how to view stressors more positively.

    It helps players to understand that stress is common due to the nature of their job and explores tips and strategies than can be used to improve how stress is dealt with.

    This board game also supports the Working Stress online app, a unique evidence-based intervention that helps reduce stress and burnout in clinicians. Working Stress has a Randomised Control Trial to prove that it works, with benefits including a 60% reduction in severe insomnia and 50% reduction in hazardous drinking after using the intervention.

    Audience

    Suitable for all health professionals.