Lippincott New Zealand Instance Survey
It has now been a year since Lippincott was introduced in the South Island, four years in Midland and for Wairarapa and Whanganui DHBs, together with a growing number of community organisations, it is just a matter of months.
We wanted to know what the impact of Lippincott has been and felt that users of Lippincott, were best placed to tell us this.
We therefore recently invited users of Lippincott New Zealand Instance to provide feedback on their experience of using Lippincott. The survey included all 12 regions who currently have access to it and was undertaken in June 2016.
Read about the results of the survey.
Lippincott Poster Presentation at APAC Forum 2016
The poster below, on the implementation of the New Zealand Instance of Lippincott was recently entered at the APAC Forum 2016 held in September in Sydney. To view poster in new page click here.
What are Lippincott Procedures?
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Instructions for downloading the Lippincott app to both iPhone and Android devices is available here.
Read earlier versions here:
What Lippincott procedures are accessed most frequently?
The South Island Executive Directors of Nursing have approved a South Island policy for the Management of Lippincott. To view this policy click here.
New Zealand Usage data
Lippincott provides monthly usage reports by District Health Boards (DHBs) or organisation. Usage of Lippincott New Zealand Instance continues to grow with over 60 different organisations (including 12 DHBs) able to access it. ?There have been 409,884 hits on Lippincott New Zealand Instance since it started in April 2015.?
See latest data below:
We have developed a Lippincott Toolkit to assist organisations who have recently joined up with Lippincott New Zealand Instance.
You can download the toolkit here.
Introducing Lippincott Presentation
This is an example of a presentation used to introduce staff to the New Zealand Instance of Lippincott. It covers the rationale for choosing Lippincott; history; aims; ongoing management; implementation; barriers and risks and staff roles.
For further information contact:
South Island Workforce Development Hub (SIWDH)
Bay of Plenty DHB Liz Buckley Liz.Buckley@bopdhb.govt.nz
Lakes DHB Nina Dobson email@example.com
Tairawhiti DHB Jane Wilkie Jane.Wilkie@tdh.org.nz
Taranaki DHB Glenda Butturini Glenda.Butturini@tdhb.org.nz
Waikato DHB Cheryl Atherfold Cheryl.Atherfold@waikatodhb.health.nz
Waikato DHB Angela Broring (Librarian & Editor Angela.Broring@waikatodhb.health.nz
Librarian Maryann Cowgill Maryann.Cowgill@wairarapa.dhb.org.nz
Nurse Educator Teresa Fraser Teresa.Fraser@wairarapa.dhb.org.nz
Nurse Educator Margaret Gosnell Margaret.Gosnell@wdhb.org.nz
Librarian Viv Kerr firstname.lastname@example.org
Nelson Marlborough DHB Jen Hassloch Jennifer.Hassloch@nmdhb.govt.nz
West Coast DHB Kas Beaufill email@example.com
Canterbury DHB Robyn Cumings Robyn.Cumings@cdhb.health.nz
South Canterbury DHB Barbara Gilchrist firstname.lastname@example.org
Southern DHB Mel Rackham (Dunedin) Mel.Rackham@southerndhb.govt.nz
Julie Symons (Invercargill) email@example.com
Tertiary Institutions Alex McAllum firstname.lastname@example.org