Terms and Conditions
Background: The Paramedic Passport app
The Paramedic Passport app is for information and CPD (Continuing Professional Development) purposes only and is neither a diagnostic nor a treatment tool. By accessing this app, you agree to these terms and conditions of use.
The Paramedic Passport app can be used by individual clinicians using iOS and Android devices. A subscription can be purchased via the Apple App Store or Google Play. The app can also be used via a website (https://paramedicpassport.co.uk) and a subscription can be set up on this via WorldPay.
The app can also be provided by ambulance trusts for their staff, in which case the subscription will be arranged via Class Publishing directly.
Class Publishing Ltd will hold any information that you provide to us confidentially.
When you create an account on the Paramedic Passport app we ask for your name and email address so we know who you are. We use a trusted third-party supplier to hold this user data securely. Class Professional Publishing collects data on who has logged in to the Paramedic Passport app.
To work correctly, the Paramedic Passport app also has to store your results data and progress on all material you interact with.
Should the app subscription be provided to you by your ambulance trust or other organisation, this data may also be made available to them and any parties they choose to share this information with.
Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other information rights laws, you have rights as an individual which we will always respect. You can read more about your rights here: https://ico.org.uk/
Quizzes, case studies and Standby CPD issues in the Paramedic Passport app are published by Class Publishing, an imprint of Class Publishing Ltd.
A number of the resources in the Paramedic Passport app relate to the JRCALC Guidelines, which are published by Class Professional Publishing and approved by the Association of Ambulance Chief Executives (AACE) and the Joint Royal Colleges Ambulance Liaison Committee (JRCALC).
Class Publishing Ltd, the Association of Ambulance Chief Executives and the Joint Royal Colleges Ambulance Liaison Committee (collectively 'the Suppliers' or 'We' as the context admits) have made every effort to ensure that the information, tables, drawings and diagrams in this Content are accurate at the time of publication.
However, Users of this Content ('Users/You/Your') must be aware that the Content cannot always contain all the information necessary for determining appropriate care, cannot address all individual situations and is not a substitute for sound clinical judgment. You and all individuals You permit to use this Content must ensure You and they have the appropriate knowledge and skills to enable suitable interpretation. Users must always be aware that such innovations or alterations after the date of publication may not be incorporated in the Content.
The Suppliers shall not be liable and shall not compensate you or any other party for any loss or damage You may suffer unless We have breached any duties imposed on us by law, including if We have caused death or personal injury by our negligence and that failure is not attributed to: (a) Your own fault; (b) the fault of a third party; or (c) any other events which We could not have foreseen or forestalled even if We had taken reasonable care.
Please note, however, the Suppliers assume no responsibility whatsoever for the content of external resources referred to in the text or accompanying online materials.
The Paramedic Passport app links to NICE guidance in some cases. NICE guidance is prepared for the National Health Service in England and is subject to regular review and may be updated or withdrawn. NICE has not checked the use of its content in this publication to confirm that it accurately reflects the NICE publications from which it is taken.
Class Professional Publishing will be pleased to answer any questions you have about the Paramedic Passport app. You can call us on 01278 427 800 or email us: email@example.com