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Wolters Kluwer - Lippincott Procedures Australia

Wolters Kluwer - Lippincott Procedures Australia

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Sydney, Australia

About Wolters Kluwer - Lippincott Procedures Australia

Scroll down to learn more about Lippincott Procedures Australia, created in partnership with the Australian College of Nursing. 

*Access to over 440 Clinical Procedures, updated annually
*Mapped to NSQHS
*Competency Assesment functionality to support Learning and Development
*Videos and images to support micro learning 



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Lippincott Advisor is an evidence-based, online clinical decision support tool for use in every day clinical practice and education. Over 1700 synthesised monographs to support nurses at every stage of their career. Up to date, streamlined clinical information – all in one place. Featuring; diseases and conditions, diagnostic tests and patient teaching.
Lippincott Procedures Australia is an online, evidence based, point of care resource. Enabling nurses to access step- by- step evidence based information on the “how to” of a clinical procedure. Working with Australian College of Nursing as our partner, we have a collection of over 400 localised Australian Procedures, mapped to NSQHS with local references. In addition users can access the full suite of 1800 US Procedures, and have the ability to edit and customise the content to meet their needs.
Lippincott® Procedures Australia is a point-of-care procedure guide that saves nurses' time and provides safer, consistent and more effective care. It provides real-time access to Australian step-by-step guides for over 400 evidence-based procedures and skills in more specialties than any other procedures and skills-based resource currently available to medical and academic institutions.