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- Nursing Education system in Nepal as of April 2013
- Objectives for three-day course in critical care nursing, summer 2013
- a novel argument against "love Marriage" from Nepal.
- Nurse wages in Kathmandu as of August 2013
- The purpose of a Final Exam and other pedagogical mysteries
- the key to ecg for acls is - the six basic rhythms
- Cultural taboos in Nepal ?????
- About Maternal-Child Health in rural Nepal - link to Video
- Male Nurses in Nepal - The Topic of Which We Dare Not Speak.
- Guest Blog by Gaynor Sheahan, RN regarding nursing education in Nepal
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Author Archives: Joe Niemczura, RN, MS
I have finished my book manuscript. to read about it go to: http://sacramentofthegoddess.wordpress.com/2013/11/29/nov-30-finishing-a-manuscript-about-nepal/
time flies It seems like I only got home to Hawaii yesterday, but will be leaving for Kathmandu tomorrow. In truth, there are seven months before summer 2014 break. In the past I start planning in November or thereabouts. There … Continue reading
Introduction Meera Nosek is a professor of nursing from the University of San Francisco, California USA. She teaches in the USF School of Nursing and in the MPH program there. She will be visiting Kathmandu soon, from Oct 26th 2013 to … Continue reading
Thermal Injury A friend of mine in Nepal is doing a BN nursing project on burn care in that country. For me, burn care is an indelible memory of bedside nursing on my trips there. I wrote about it in … Continue reading
Blog editor’s note: Ms. Gaynor Sheahan is a nurse from Australia who has spent time working and teaching in Nepal. She wrote this paper as a graduate school assignment for Monash University. There are people within Nepal writing about nursing … Continue reading
disclaimer: This is not complete or comprehensive but I thought I should get it out there. if you can provide info that helps make it more accurate, please email me. Paradox It’s paradoxical that Nepal should have an oversupply of … Continue reading
Preliminary report of CCNEPal 2013 The CCNEPal 2013 summer critical care nursing project is winding down. A single one-day training event remains, then we pack up our tents. This was an extension of the 2011 summer program which trained 190 … Continue reading
Thinking of the future Please help me. How can we make it so that every nurse in Nepal is comfortable with skills of emergency response? I want to know! CCNEPal 2013 In two weeks I will get on the plane … Continue reading
theme song Maybe you did not know that CCNEPal had a theme song. Here is one version of it. I write this the day I put batch thirteen in the 2013 record books – there are only three batches remaining … Continue reading
Onliest six rhythms Yes, Virginia, there are only six cardiac rhythms. The protocol is based on this construct. Believe and achieve! Just a quick note to accompany this YouTube link. You can practice mega-code without a fancy manikins and fancy … Continue reading