Terms and Conditions


By using the First2Act program (and related content including documents and videos), you signify your assent to these Terms and Conditions. If you do not agree to all of these Terms and Conditions of use, do not use the First2Act program. First2Act International may revise and update these Terms and Conditions at any time. Your continued usage of this program and viewing or use of its content will mean you accept those changes.


The contents of this website are protected by copyright law.  Copyright in the material that appears on this website resides with First2Act International unless expressly stated otherwise.  You may view, copy, print and distribute reasonable amounts of the content on this website subject to the following conditions:

The content is used for educational, research and information purposes only;

The content is used for non-commercial purposes;

The content is not modified in any way without written permission from First2Act International; and

Any copy of content, or portion thereof must include this copyright notice.

Nothing in this site should be interpreted as granting any rights to use distribute any names, logos or trade marks.

Please note that copyright in the materials appearing on websites which are linked to this website vests in the author of those materials, or the author’s licensee (subject to the operation of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth)). First2Act International cannot and does not grant any permission or authority in respect of the copyright in the materials appearing at third-party Internet sites, and strongly recommend that you refer to the copyright statements at those sites before making use of the materials.


The First2Act program is a paid service intended to provide useful information regarding health care practitioners’ practice. The simulation scenarios, documents, and videos contained in the First2Act program (the “Content”) are reviewed and updated periodically for accuracy and current best practices.  Nevertheless, these scenarios, documents, and videos, including but not limited to text, graphics, images, and other material are for education, research and general informational and teaching purposes only. It may contain historical information that is not current and is provided for reference purposes only. The authors take no responsibility for any adverse events arising from use of the Content.  While the actions described in the Content are considered by the authors to represent best practice, users of this resource are advised to check protocols in each clinical setting as these may vary.

In addition the Content is not a clinical tool, and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The Content is not to be taken as medical or other professional advice.  If you are seeking specific advice or assistance you should contact a legally qualified and appropriately experienced medical practitioner, counsellor or other professional as appropriate.

Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something contained in this Content.  If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor, 000 for Australia or the emergency number in your Country immediately.

By using this website, you understand and agree that you use this website and its Content at your own discretion and risk and that you will be solely responsible for any damages or loss whatsoever that result from such use.  First2Act International and its employees and agents, any sponsoring organisation and collaborative partners (together all referred to as “Content Providers”) disclaim to the fullest extent permitted by law all guarantees, warranties (whether express, implied, statutory or otherwise) or representations of accuracy, safety, reliability, efficacy, suitability or currency in relation to this website or its Content.


The accuracy, reliability, completeness, currentness, or timeliness of the Content;

The satisfaction of any government regulations requiring disclosure of information on prescription drug products or the approval or compliance of any software tools with regard to the Content.

That the Content will not cause damage or that the Content is free from any computer virus or other defects. It is your responsibility to complete a virus check on any Content downloaded.

That access to the Content will be continuous or uninterrupted.

In no event shall the Content Providers be liable for any damages (including, without limitation, incidental and consequential damages, personal injury/wrongful death, lost profits, or damages resulting from lost data or business interruption) resulting from the use of or inability to use the Content, whether based on warranty, contract, tort, or any other legal theory, and whether or not the Content Providers are advised of the possibility of such damages.

The Content Providers do not endorse any of the products, vendors, consultants, external web sites or documentation referenced in this web site. Any mention of vendors, products, or services is for informational purposes only.

This website may include links to third parties.  These links are provided for your convenience only. The Content Providers do not endorse the accuracy or suitability of such websites or their content.  The Content Providers take no responsibility for any loss or damage suffered by anyone using the linked websites or as a result of using the information from any of the pages of the websites.

The content providers have made every effort to make the http://first2act.wpengine.com/ domain accessible to every user.


You agree to defend, indemnify, and hold the Content Providers harmless from and against all and any claims, actions or demands, liabilities and settlements including without limitation, reasonable legal and accounting fees, resulting from, or alleged to result from, your violation of these Terms and Conditions.

I understand that by using this service, I am waiving any and all rights I may have against the Content Providers and any of its officers, members, or employees arising out of use of and/or reliance on this information.

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The General Data Protection Regulation for EU businesses

What personal data do we collect?

First2Act requires personal information in 2 ways; the sign-up process and the demographics questionnaire. In the sign-up process, we require your email. If sign-up is requested by your institution, you may be asked to provide your full name, institutional ID, your course or training code and campus work location.

The second form of data collection is through the demographic questionnaire. We collect gender, age, institution of study, language spoken and country.

How do we collect this information?

When you sign up to use the program through the registration form. When you complete the demographics questionnaire.

How will we use your data?

We use this information internally to understand what aspects of our learners impact their learning. This information is used to improve the program.

We also perform research with external institutions in two ways. One; the institution has subscribed to the service and are able to request only the data related to their institutional members.

The other is when we work with our partner institutions, namely universities. In these cases, we share only anonymised data and only when the required ethical clearance for research has been met. All data we share in this way is anonymised and does not include any identifying information such as names and emails. Research is mostly typically in the field of education, simulation and patient outcomes.

How do we store your data?

Data is stored in a secure facility, with a reputable server provider https://wpengine.com/

Hosting platform security information: https://wpengine.com/support/wp-engines-security-environment/. We utilise the security measures provided by WP-Engine, but also use Sucuri as an additional layer of website security.

See link for full list of security measures https://wpengine.com.au/blog/delivering-enterprise-grade-security-for-all/ and https://sucuri.net/website-security-platform

What are your data protection rights?

First2Act would like you to be aware of the following rights that you have, as a user of the program, under the General Data Protection Regulation:

You have the right to:

Be informed – we collect email, age, gender, place of work or university, and if requested by the members institution, your name, and work ID.

Access – have access to the data collected by requesting it via the contact form on the website.

Rectification – be able to request changes to data via the contact form on the website.

Erasure – be able to request data removal via the contact form on the website.

Restrict processing – be able to request that data is restricted from processing via the profile portal on the site.

Data portability – be able to request a CSV file of the data collected about you via the contact form on the website.

Object – be able to object to any information that is inaccurate, and have it removed and updated, and the necessary institutional body notified via the contact form on the website.

Automated decision-making and profiling – understand that the program utilises only institutional requested data to select the appropriate course structure. No other personal information is utilised for profiling or decision making.

How do we keep your information secure?

Data is stored in the database in a way that minimises the connections between personal information and the other data we use to run the site. The database is protected by utilising best practice in database security, with a dual layer of protection, from WP Engine and Sucuri.

Is your information shared with third parties?

We never share our data with third parties, except when an institution has subscribed to the service and requests data on its members, or if our partner research institution runs research with us. In those cases, all research ethics must be cleared and all data is de-identified (anonymised).

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