ZeST Nutrition

Regular price £30.00 GBP exc. VAT
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Version: ZeST online version - single annual licence

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A version of the board game for use with TEAMS, ZOOM, SKYPE.

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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Regular price £30.00 GBP exc. VAT
Regular price exc. VAT Sale price £30.00 GBP exc. VAT
  • ZeST replicates the benefits of face-to-face games in a simple web-based tool that anyone can use. It does not require any training or special technology.

    ZeST games are designed to be played during group meetings on Zoom, Skype, Teams, WebEx. There is no direct link between ZeST and these meetings platforms. The facilitator just shares their ZeST screen with the group.

    The actual games are designed to be very simple to manage allowing the facilitator to concentrate on encouraging and maintaining group discussions.

    ZeST games will help you to recreate the energy and discussions you’d get during a face-to-face game.

    A single licence gives you unrestricted access to a specific game on the ZeST platform for 12 months. A single licence allows one online game session to be run at any time. However, you can invite as many participants as you wish to each session and you can organise as many back-to-back game sessions as you need. You can also purchase additional licenses.

  • 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