Consolidated Resources for Australian Paramedics (aka CRAP), has been created by a 37 year veteran paramedic of Ambulance Victoria.
This application is intended for study, research and comparison purposes only and is not to be used for clinical practice in the field.
My aim it to give Australian paramedics and student paramedics, a better understanding of the depth and scope of pre-hospital health care in the various States and Territories of Australia.
My hope is that this application will make the transition of paramedics from one State to another easier, with the knowledge of the various Guidelines, Protocols and drugs used in each State or Territory. I also hope that students will find it useful in deciding the regio
in which they would like to work.
I am also endeavouring to provide both students and paramedics with a comprehensive list of pre-hospital care educational institutions, employment and ongoing support options that will benefit them in the short, medium and long term, in a career, which served me well for more than 37 years.
Another goal is to unite paramedics from all over Australia, and to do this I have made access to the Fair-Go Forum for Australian paramedics (a.k.a. Talkfest) and the Fair-Go Blog, accessible through this application.
100% online for all data:
1. Any errors reported to the developer can be fixed within hours rather than weeks.
2. Updates to data is not dependent on upon downloading a new app version.
3. All updates to data will be immediately available to the user.
Regions and fields covered as of 01 Aug 2015:
VIC - Paramedic, NEPT and CERT/ACO
NSW - Paramedic
ACT - Paramedic
TAS - Paramedic and volunteer
WA - All categories
QLD - Paramedic
NT - Coming soon (I'm working on them currently)
SA - Hopefully coming sometime after I complete NT
Updates to all regions, will be ongoing, dependent on your feedback.
Ratings and Reviews
Website is down.
Website for iOS is down so data can't be accessed.
CPM is 3 years out of date as is DTP.
Disappointed by new update
This new update provides a thorough guide with all Vic Guidelines scanned into app and, from the looks of it, an introduction of interstate guidelines.
While this is good, if I wanted to read the CPGs I'd get the book out of my bag.
This update seems to have removed the simplified format and clickable links within guidelines which allowed easy navigation to related guideline/drug doses.
Early days so haven't had a full look around the app but overall looks like decreased functionality and ease of use :(
- John Till
- 19.2 MB
- Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- You must be at least 17 years old to download this application.
- Frequent/Intense Medical/Treatment Information
- Unrestricted Web Access
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco or Drug Use or References
- © John Till
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.