Harm Free Care is a national programme aimed at NHS staff who want to see a safer, more reliable NHS with improved outcomes at significantly lower cost.
The Harm Free Game supports this programme by helping frontline staff understand their role and responsibilities in reducing patient harm. The game makes these serious issues more engaging allowing staff to absorb the information needed to help them reduce the risk of harm to their patients. The game focuses on the practical issues around 6 ‘harms’:
- Pressure ulcers
- Catheter acquired urinary tract infections
- Medication errors
- Nutrition & Hydration
The game is very portable and can be used in most settings and situations. All you need is between 2 and 14 people and up to 45 minutes of their time.
The Game In Action
Created by NHS staff
It was a fun way of learning, I am now aware of what to look for and ways of reducing further harm
The game gives you the opportunity to think perhaps more deeply than would in a real situation, it reminds you to look at the wider picture.
Order your copy of the Harm Free Game today and be among the first to discover the impact it has on Harms.
The Harm Free Care Game covers all the major Harms which patients face on a daily basis. Click the link below to find out more about these.
Already got the game? we have a list of resources for you to download which can be used along with the game. All you need is the code located inside box lid.