Addressing the challenges of the nursing profession in Australia with Lippincott® Solutions
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Lead with a single source of evidence-based truth
Lippincott Solutions Australia supports nurses in a rapidly evolving care environment by providing a single source of up-to-date, evidence-based procedures and clinical decision support to help increase nursing competencies and support the standardisation of patient-centred care.

Nurse leader challenges

In today’s complex modern healthcare environment, nurse leaders must balance time and resource constraints with the need to improve nursing staff morale, navigate staff turnover and shortages, and build qualities that make the most difference to patient care – competency, compassion, and confidence. 

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Raise the bar on clinical excellence

Provide nurses with evidence-based procedural guidance and clinical decision support tools to reduce variability of care and advance nursing skills, competence, and confidence to improve patient outcomes.

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Strengthen and retain the workforce

Help novice nurses transition to practice while giving experienced nurses and nurse leaders the support they need to increase their clinical knowledge and skills and build competence and confidence. 

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Support standardisation and best practices

Stay aligned with point-of-care access to the latest evidence, best practices, procedures, and clinical decision support that reflect Australia’s nursing protocols and guidelines.
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Promote a culture of quality care

Build a culture that promotes consistent, evidence-based quality care and helps achieve National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards, Magnet® or Pathway to Excellence® designations.

Explore Lippincott Solutions

Nurse leaders must empower their teams with the knowledge, skills, competence, and confidence to make clinical decisions — all while improving staff retention and quality of patient care. To successfully navigate today’s complex demands and further nurse competence and professional development, nurse leaders can leverage Lippincott Solutions Australia’s integrated, cloud-based software to promote learning and point-of-care decision-making in a single workflow.

Learn about our impact

Learn how Wolters Kluwer Health and the Australian College of Nursing partnered to adapt Lippincott® Procedures for the Australian clinician community.
Wolters Kluwer and the ACN partnered to localise Lippincott Procedures to align with clinical workflows and practice patterns among Australia’s 330,000 nurses serving in more than 1,350 private and public hospitals. Having a single trusted resource gives nurses evidence-based best practices and protocols to guide their care management decisions, eliminating the care variability that can happen when clinicians work with multiple reference tools.  

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Contact us to learn more about how we help improve patient care and outcomes. 

Discover the organizations we partner with

  • ACNP
  • ACN
The Australian College of Nurse Practitioners (ACNP) is the national peak body for Nurse Practitioners and Advanced Practice Nurses in Australia. The ACNP is active in advancing nursing practice and improving access to healthcare through leadership, professional practice support, education, and research. The ACNP is a member of the National Rural Health Alliance and participates in the Choosing Wisely Australia® and Nursing Now global initiatives to improve the safety and quality of healthcare by raising the status and profile of nursing. 
The Australian College of Nursing (ACN) aims to enhance the leadership skills and expertise of nurses throughout their careers, enabling them to contribute to the policy, practice, and delivery of health services. As the preeminent national leader of the nursing profession, the ACN is committed to ensuring Australian nurses have access to educational, research, advocacy, and leadership opportunities needed to stay at the cutting edge of healthcare delivery. The ACN is a proud member of the International Council of Nurses, serving as the Australian representative for the international federation of more than 130 nursing associations.  

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