The Stroke Game
Developed by NHS stroke specialists to help frontline staff develop a better understanding of how stroke patients are managed at the four key stages of the stroke journey: Emergency, Acute, Rehabilitation & Community.
The game is suitable for any clinical or support staff working with stroke patients in acute, social or community care settings.
How's it's Played
The game is competitive and designed to accommodate between 4 to 12 players divided into two teams.
Games should last 45 and 60 minutes but this can be shortened or extended.Players work in 2 teams and compete to answer a range of questions and scenarios about the stroke pathway.
Questions encourage discussion and debate between players, letting them share knowledge, skills and best practice. These discussions help players to learn from each other and develop a deeper understanding of patient care at each stage of the stroke journey.
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