Thanks for the useful feedback SilverLining
I had not considered that this app might cause people to neglect their responsibility to carry their own epi or would make them think that they don't need to go to the hospital. If thats what people end up thinking then the app is completely counter-productive and beyond useless. I hadn't gotten that feedback till now but I'm going to look into this a lot more.
It sounds to me like no one who has replied would be interested in using this app to receive help. Does that mean no one would be interested in using the app to help someone else? Even a quick "yes" or "no" would be really useful to me
, any chance you know how your son stores his medical supplies so that the epinephrine doesn't go bad? I am a big fan of your son's line of work and I think you made a great point about your son not wanting to be on call 24/7 365 days a year. I should mention though that they people who download the app can choose when they are available to respond so that they don't have to always be on call.
I really appreciate you guys taking the time to reply to me and if you have anymore suggestions, concerns, or questions I would really love to hear them. I can't tell you how useful this is to me