Easing the educational journey.

Healthcare Education Providers

A nursing student studying for an exam in-between her clinical rotations.
A nursing student studying for an exam in-between her clinical rotations.

The road from classroom to bedside is rife with challenges for both nursing students and the administrators helping them along the path.

The credentialing and management of clinical assignments is a constant challenge as students prepare for the hands-on portion of their academic careers.

Davin features a user-friendly, customizable, robust system used by colleges and universities to streamline the credentialing and placement of students participating in clinical programs such as clinical internships and practicums.

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An Easier Way

Davin eliminates paperwork and improves data integrity, reduces the amount of time that your staff spends managing student information, and facilitates communication between your staff and clinical site supervisors.

Our secure software is set up with the option to allow students to upload their own information, which alleviates time and strain on your staff.

The entered data is securely transmitted to the clinical facilities, customized to meet their unique requirements.

Davin is designed to be 508 compliant to be accessible to all students.

A Davin developer writing on a whiteboard to map out their next Davin update.
A Davin developer writing on a whiteboard to map out their next Davin update.

Alerts

Through an integration with Infusionsoft® software, Davin generates e-mail notifications to students and program administrators concerning missing or expired credentials and approaching deadlines, ensuring the smoothest clinical placement experience.

Security

Davin enables you and your students to securely upload, store, and view important credentialing documents in real time, preventing the need to maintain extensive paper files and share spreadsheets.

All in One Place

Among the documents that Davin may securely house and transmit to clinical facilities are: 

  • Student educational records, including diplomas and degrees

  • Employment history and references

  • Clinical credentials, such as Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) certification

  • Licensing and certification records

  • Health and vaccination records

  • OSHA fit test records

  • Clinical placement documents

  • Student profiles

  • Performance evaluations