I just started using it has a study game for my EMT class. I have done only 3 or 4 quizzes, and already have an error. In the burns unit, one question asks what the best covering to use is. The answer is plastic wrap. But that is not an option
Hospital section only shows rehab and psychiatric hospitals. Since this app is about first aid, emergency care hospitals should show. Please provide an update for this. I have also emailed the developer with an attached screenshot. I live in PA. Thanks.
Informative! As someone who lives in the city, I wouldn't have known the rural safety information - appreciate the diversity of the categories! Love the clean and user-friendly appearance of the app. Nice to have the quizzes. I feel much more confident now...knew more than I thought. Could a brief section about flood/storm safety info be added in a future update? Adding all the separate apps available on the Google play store seems excessive to me but that's from so Also a training course for Mental Health emergency care seems like the next step in raising awareness and taking stigma away from mental illness. Could be helpful for educators, ER staff, friends/family, etc. As our society continues to grow in acknowledging the importance of mental health, we also need to know more about how to support others. Keep up the good work, app creators! Definitely will recommend to others. Thanks!
Recent updates to "content delivery" is just code for sending Monsanto sponsored notifications to users. I'm not a huge Monsanto hater or anything but it's just not cool to send me notifications and even worse when it's some fluff piece written to make it look like they care. The rest of the content is great but I'm now less inclined to see your notifications because they're now blocked on my end and I recommend others do the same.
Very good! Its comprehensive and easy to access. My only complaint so far is a discrepancy in the care for a venomous sting or bite. It says to apply ice or a cold pack. This may be fine for normal stings, but in the case of a severe allergic reaction/deadly venom this would decrease chances of survival because this will speed the spread of venom. The ironic thing is that I learned this in an American Red Cross Course this year. Also in the section on recognizing symptoms of brown resluse/black widdow bites it describes black widdow twice and doesn't include brown recluse. It would also be advantageous to have pictures of the snakes that it lists as venomous as their names mean little to most people.
I'm sure this is a great app, but when my family member cut their eye, it didn't show any way way to help them. Please add eye injuries.
We've made improvements to our content delivery in case we ever need to deliver urgent updates to the app content.