The QUiPP app is a decision support tool that uses medical history and fetal fibronectin or cervical length to give an individualised score for the risk of having a spontaneous preterm delivery. The QUiPP App toolkit will help you implement the QUiPP App at your local hospital, improving care for women who arrive in threatened preterm labour.

Version 1 of this toolkit was rapidly rolled out during COVID-19 in April 2020 as it helps decrease unnecessary admissions and transfers. Version 2 has been updated based on additional feedback from sites and was made available in August 2020. 

Any questions at all please email the QUiPP App Toolkit Group© 

Toolkit Resources - Version 2

Full Toolkit Download

Download Individual Resources

Welcome to the QUiPP App Toolkit
1) Manager information
2) A) Training PowerPoint presentation without voiceover
    B) Training PowerPoint presentation with voiceover (youtube)
3) QUiPP for staff 
4) Women arriving in TPTL Flowchart 
5) QUiPP Evidence document 
6) QUiPP Evidence quick sheet 
7) QUiPP Toolkit FAQ’s
8) QUiPP Audit proforma
9) QUiPP leaflet for women
10) Antenatal steroids leaflet for women
11) QUiPP sticker template
12) QUiPP Case study

Appendix 1: PeriLynx System Quick Reference Guide
Appendix 2: Fetal Fibronectin webinar recordings 
Appendix 3: Fetal Fibronectin resources

The QUiPP App Toolkit was developed by the QUiPP App Toolkit Group© (Ms Naomi Carlisle, Dr Ellie Watson & Professor Andrew Shennan) at King’s College London, and Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.  

Development of The QUiPP App Toolkit was funded through a Health Innovation Network South London ‘Innovation Award 2019/2020’ awarded to Ms Naomi Carlisle, Dr Ellie Watson & Professor Andrew Shennan. 

British Association of Perinatal Medicine (BAPM) is registered in England & Wales under charity number 1199712 at 5-11 Theobalds Road, London, WC1X 8SH.
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