This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Take your training with you!
With the WMI SOAP Note app, you’ll be ready to respond. It's the perfect tool to help you perform a thorough patient assessment in training or real life. Record your findings, embed photos, and then share by email.
This powerful documentation tool developed by the NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute (WMI) will help you keep your assessment skills fresh. When managing a sick or injured person in an emergency, it can be difficult to remember all of the assessment steps. Using the Subjective, Objective, Assessment, and Plan (SOAP) approach to recording information, this template-driven app helps you remember the order for an assessment and transform your scattered notes into a complete and organized patient report. You can create your SOAP notes offline and later email them. The WMI SOAP Note app is perfect for use both in training and in wilderness environments.
Whether you use this app personally or professionally, in the wilderness or the frontcountry, it will help you stay sharp and document patient encounters like a pro.
• Document in an offline environment.
• Get location coordinates using your device’s GPS.
• Choose from data menus to improve quality and consistency.
• Use iOS features such as spellcheck while writing narratives.
• Avoid losing data with autosave.
• Explore helpful information windows.
• Check vital signs with the built-in timer.
• Record multiple sets of vital signs.
• Add photos and captions to supplement your notes.
• Share your report by email.
• Review, edit, and store as many SOAP notes as you need.
What's New in Version 1.0.2
Updated Description & Screenshots for iTunes.
Everything that I need in one handy spot take all the needed notes. Great little that I hope to never need to actually need to use. I will use it to review everything that needs to be taken down in an emergency.
Great idea, editing difficult
This is almost a great app. I stopped using it because it was too frustrating when I tried to go back in and edit notes. For some reason tapping would not position the cursor reliably (and it's not my phone, for example I just easily tapped to add this). Also, it would be great to add a reference pdf to the app with all the info from the spiral bound book from the WFR class.
Excellent documentation app!
This is exactly what is needed for emergency medicine personnel to document medical incidents. The app is easy to use, has a clear progression and helpful integrations such as location coordinate finding, photo uploading and sharing (email the note) functions. Great job to NOLS WMI for developing this! A go-to app for getting all the info down about a medical emergency in a clear format.