Starship NICU Journal App
The Starship NICU Journal App
The Starship NICU Journal App is the launch product of an exciting collaboration between Starship Child Health and the Digital Enablement Team at Auckland District Health Board.
Now parents and caregivers with babies admitted to the Starship Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) are able to keep a digital journal as an alternative to the NICU journal books. The Starship NICU Journal App provides parents and caregivers with a convenient way to record their baby’s journey through Neonatal ICU. Precious NICU moments can now be preserved and easily shared via their mobile phone.
The app has been designed primarily for Starship NICU families but can be used by anyone who has a baby in any NICU or SCBU environment. Free to download, the app is easily accessible and will be available on the iOS App Store and Google Play Store from early November. All features in the App are free to use.
To download, search ‘Starship NICU Journal’ on the App Store or Google Play Store.
We hope you enjoy using this App and would love to receive any feedback email@example.com
The Auckland DHB provides NICUApp as a free app.
This page is to inform users of the app of ADHB’s policies as to collection, use, and disclosure of personal information. While we have no access to the information you hold within the app on your device, but we may require limited personal information from you to provide and improve NICUApp. We will not use or share this information with any third party one other than as set out below.
Specifically, NICUApp integrates third party services that may collect information, for example log data. Log Data may include information such as your device Internet Protocol (“IP”) address, device name, operating system version, the configuration of the app, the time and date of your use of the Service and other statistics, and service providers then inform ADHB as to the number of users of the app, their characteristics, and where they come from. This information is not held by ADHB in a personally identifiable form.