Each year, at the NAEMSE Symposium, we invite all current and prospective Fisdap users to attend our User Meeting. During this meeting, we like to give a sort of state of the union. We cover an agenda of what we've accomplished in the past year and what we're planning on working on in the year ahead.
This way, our users understand what our priorities are and then we encourage them to share their thoughts and opinions on what they think we should be working on. For example, last year, at the Fisdap User Meeting in 2012 in Orlando, FL, we heard loud and clear from our users that the NREMT Psychomotor Competency Portfolio Package was driving a need to better track skills practice in the lab. Our patient care reports in Skills Tracker are intended for comprehensive runs or patient assessments--so Lab Skills, as we call it, was born out of that meeting. Now, students and instructors can track lab skills practice in a streamlined way designed just for that environment.