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FAQ
General Questions
Before contacting the APP admin team there are several steps you can take
  • Refer to the relevant section in the APPLinkup User Manual. Information in this manual will provide answers to the majority of your questions
  • Make sure you have not used an invalid character eg., #*&/ or a space where there is not meant to be one
  • Close down the APPLinkup website and then re-open it. As there are some inbuilt screen usage cut-out times, often just reopening the website is all that is required
  • Finally if none of these steps resolve your problem select the Help button on the top right hand side of your screen and complete the email request.

  • Your question will be answered within 48 hours.
    The first step is to refer to the User Manual as the majority of questions will be answered in here. If you have a technical problem, ring your university clinical education manager for immediate help or select the Help button and complete an email request (up to 48 hours response time)
    While it is possible to use APPLinkup on your tablet or phone, the need to provide written comments to the student means that the user experience on these devices may not be as good as using a laptop or desktop computer.
    Click the 'Forgot Password' link next to the 'Sign in' button in the top right corner of the screen. You will be asked to enter your email address and a new password will be emailed to you.

    Make sure you use the same email address that you used when you originally registered.
    Training
    Completing mid and end of unit APP forms
    Yes you will. You will be able to download the final APP as a pdf and either save or print it.
    Most educators complete mid unit feedback. Specific feedback targeted at behaviours requiring improvement drives improvement in skills and knowledge of students. Regular verbal and written feedback are both very helpful. Written is particularly helpful as the student can save or print and spend time reflecting on your comments.

    The student and their CE should independently complete the mid-unit APP form and submit these prior to meeting for formal mid-unit feedback.

    Mid unit feedback assists the student to engage in reflective practice on their performance in the first half of the unit and set targets for improvement. Clinical educators can provide specific feedback on areas of strength and areas requiring improvement and strategies to achieve this.
    Yes the APPLinkup system provides a collated view of both mid and end of unit APP forms which you can save and/or print. Refer to pages 80-85 of the APP User Manual for more informaiton.
    Yes. At the bottom of both the mid and end of unit APP forms there is a button which says Save and Submit Later. Select this before leaving for the ward next time.
    UniCEM Questions
    You will need to delete the student’s name from their current cohort and then register them as an individual student in their new cohort.

    Follow these steps:
    1. Select Students menu item from (L) side menu bar -> Manage students -> Find student and delete them from their current cohort.
    2. Select Students menu item -> Single Student Registration and register the student into their new program and year of the course.

    For more detail refer to:
    1. Pages 39-40 of the User Manual for instructions on how to amend student details
    2. Page 28 of the User Manual for instructions on how to register and individual student
    Some universities will allocate their students to a specific facility, clinical area/setting and client type. Other universities (e.g. those with a clinical school model) may only allocate their students to a block and to a facility/health service and the Facility Clinical Education Co-ordinator at that facility then allocates the students to the specific clinical area/setting and client type.

    The Unallocated option is therefore only used by a UniCEM if the Facility Clinical Education co-ordinator (FacCEC) allocates the student to the clinical area, setting and client type. This may occur in a clinical schools model of clinical education.

    For more detail refer to page 29 in the User Manual