CIAP provides access to clinical information and resources to support evidence-based practice at the point of care.
CIAP is available to all staff working in the NSW public health system.
The May edition of the monthly CIAP Newsletter is now available.
The newsletter contains information about CIAP resources to try, tips and tricks in Gems on CIAP, information about CIAP education events and an Article in Focus for you to browse. To view the newsletter or to subscribe to receive it directly to your inbox each month, click on the CIAP Newsletter button from the right column on CIAP.
3rd May 2016
A new web design will be released for the Therapeutic Guidelines (eTG).
At the end of April 2016, eTG complete will feature a new look, coupled with improved functionality and navigation. To view these changes and information about the new functions, take a look at the eTG Update April 2016 user guide.
A new video tutorial is also available from CIAP's Learning Centre in the Video Tutorials page.
28th April 2016
CIAP has an exciting program of events planned for 2016, which are now available for registration.
New CIAP Essentials full-day workshops will be offered in both metropolitan and regional locations and specialty workshops for Emergency and Critical Care, Paediatrics, Mental Health and Evidence-Based Practice will also be available for NSW Health clinicians.
Our Live Online Training sessions will include sessions on Medications, Nursing & Midwifery resources, and Allied Health resources and a selection will now be offered at more times, including evening sessions. The CIAP team will continue to visit facilities across NSW to provide short face to face training sessions.
CIAP workshops and Live Online Training sessions are statewide offerings, available for all staff to attend and are offered at no cost to participants. A feature of the new 2016 program is the ability to register for CIAP Workshops and Live Online Training sessions through HETI Online.
Visit the Learning Centre to view all of CIAP's education opportunities.
1st December 2015
Recall/Alert feature specific to medical equipment now available.
The Clinical Equipment User Manual Library provides access to manufacturer-supplied product-specific user manuals, directions for use, operating instructions, quick-start guides and troubleshooting guides for a wide range of clinical equipment used in hospitals.
It has introduced a new Recall/Alert feature specific to medical equipment. To view any recalls or alerts that have been received by the User Manual Library, search for a device by selecting the brand name or manufacturer and then the device from the main menu. The Recalls/Alerts will be displayed on the right of the page.
If you have received a recall or alert for a piece of equipment you can contribute this information to the Clinical Equipment User Manual Library via email.
The Clinical Equipment User Manual Library is available through 'Tools' in the left menu on the CIAP homepage.
16th September 2015
On Friday 14 August, CIAP joined many other programs from HealthShare NSW and eHealth NSW exhibiting at the HealthShare NSW & eHealth NSW Expo.
The CIAP stand enjoyed a busy day, with visitors from across the Local Health Districts, Ministry of Health and NSW Ambulance stopping by to ask questions and pick up some information. Newly updated user guides were available in print along with the latest edition of the monthly CIAP newsletter, which focused on the wide range of rehabilitation resources available through CIAP. The Learning Centre was particularly popular, with many of the visitors to the stand interested in attending upcoming face to face workshops or utilising the eLearning modules, which focus on searching for evidence and evidence-based practice.
A highlight was the service awards presentation at the end of the day where the CIAP team was one of four finalists in the Creating Value category. “The team was honoured to be nominated amongst strong competition. Congratulations to the Food Service Improvement Program who took out the award,” said Manager, Marie Pryor.
28th August, 2015
The CIAP website has a responsive design, making it easy to view on your smartphone or tablet.
You can browse the CIAP website on your mobile device if you have an internet connection. You will require a 'My CIAP Account' to access the resources when browsing this way, which you can create from a work computer by selecting 'My CIAP Account' from the top of the CIAP homepage.
Many of the CIAP resources are also available via downloadable apps for your mobile device. A new easy to navigate mobile help page lists all the apps available and provides detailed instructions for how to download, access, renew and manage a range of apps provided by CIAP resources and other NSW Health Agencies. Navigate to www.ciap.health.nsw.gov.au, and select 'Mobile' from the top menu bar to view.
A new detailed Apps Download user guide can be found in the Learning Centre located in the top menu bar on CIAP.
30th July, 2015
Information about how CIAP can contribute to your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is now available.
CIAP provides a diverse range of learning activities to facilitate your CPD. Information about these activities, and methods of documentation can now be found by clicking the CIAP for CPD icon on the homepage.
7th April, 2015
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