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Download Monday's PCRF Journal Club Discussion: Improving Pediatric Education for EMS

May 10, 2017

Did you catch Monday's PCRF Journal Club discussion regarding Improving Pediatric Education for EMS? If not, download it now to hear members of the Prehospital Care Research Forum discuss this important research. 

Watch now on Youtube. 


Take a look inside the free Fisdap app for your mobile device.

March 24, 2017
Take a look inside the all-new Fisdap app for your mobile device. Available for free on the App Store and Google Play, see how this app can be used to:
 
  • Enter skills and patient care information—with or without an internet connection! At long last, with the Fisdap app, you can enter patient care data right from the hospital or ambulance. Whether you're on WiFi, cellular data, or stranded on the side of a rural highway with no connection to the outside world—you can document that patient encounter with just a few taps on your mobile device.

Take a look inside the free Fisdap app for your mobile device.

March 21, 2017

Available on the App Store and Google Play, see how this app can be used to

Access your Shift List: Headed out the door for your shift? Use "Map it" to quickly pull up directions to your site.

Attach important shift information: On the ambulance, students can snap a photo of an ECG strip or paper shift documentation to make entering their data easier. In the lab, students can take photos of scenario moulage or notes on the whiteboard.


Join the March PCRF Discussion: Can microwave technology help EMS diagnose hemorrhagic traumatic brain injury and stroke?

March 10, 2017
Please join the PCRF Journal Club on Monday, March 13, 2017 at 12:00 PM (CST) for this month's discussion:

Can microwave technology help EMS diagnose hemorrhagic traumatic brain injury and stroke?

Effective today, expanded Customer Support hours and new phone system options

February 17, 2017

In response to your feedback, we've made a few changes to our Customer Support in order to provide more convenient access and better service. Effective today, we have extended our Customer Support hours from 7:30 AM-7:00 PM Central Time*. We’ve also implemented an enhanced phone system to help you reach the right people faster.  Our new options are as follows:


Download yesterday's PCRF Journal Club Discussion: Does Video Laryngoscopy improve ETI success?

February 14, 2017

Did you miss yesterday' PCRF Journal Club discussion regarding whether or not video laryngoscopy improves ETI Success? If not, download it now to hear Dave Page, Megan Corry, Sean Britton as they discuss this topic with Dr. Jeff Jarvis, medical director for Williamson County EMS.

Download the file now. 



Our new mobile app is available on iTunes now!

February 7, 2017

Regardless of whether or not you have access to WiFi or cellular data, you can use our new app to enter patient care data right on your phone or tablet from the back of an ambulance, from the hospital, or anywhere else. The Fisdap mobile app will allow you to:


Check out our new eBook, The Fisdap Way.

November 23, 2016

Ever wondered exactly how Fisdap will help you and your students? In this informative eBook, we will explain exactly how Fisdap helps you throughout each phase of your course, delivering an end-to-end learning experience that guides students toward success.

Download the eBook to learn how we will guide you and your students through:


All Fisdap test items now adhere to 2015 CPR & ECC Guidelines

August 23, 2016

We are pleased to announce that all Fisdap test items now adhere to 2015 Guidelines for CPR and Emergency Cardiovascular Care. As of Aug 24, 2016, students will be tested on the new guidelines.

Since the release of the new CPR & ECC Guidelines, our team of subject matter experts (SME) has been busy carefully reviewing and editing all items that might have been affected. Over 2,000 test items were reviewed to ensure compliance with the new guidelines. After the edits were made, they went through the same rigorous validation process that all of our items undergo.


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