Monthly Archives: June 2013

icu nursing in nepal june 30 2013


Announcement: CCNEPal will once again go to Pokhara, the second-largest city in the country, August 8th, 9th, and 10th. For the first session there were thirty seats and a hundred applicants, this time we will offer a larger number of seats … Continue reading

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Palpa, home sweet home June 20 2013


Palpa I am now in west-central Nepal, where I spent the first three summers, and it is different from KTM or Pokhara. much more traditional. I took two videos of the bus ride here, one inside and one outside the bus. It … Continue reading

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June 16th in Pokhara


the two sessions in Bharatpur are in the books now, and I had a great week there. There are too many highlights to mention, but the program was enthusiastically received. In each place I deputized members of the class to … Continue reading

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a low key day in KTM June 6 2013


reminder that June 6, 1944 was an important day in American history. More than 6,000 men died on Omaha Beach in Normandy.  Today I focused on getting ready for the Road Trip by re-packing my stuff and going through things. … Continue reading

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A Video of getting pickpocketed in Kathmandu June 4th 2013


Okay, well, not exactly. Yesterday I attended Rato Mechhendranath, a festival of Patan, where I live. I took the BlackBerry and my wallet. I put both in my front pockets. This festival, seven hundred years old, is the backdrop for one … Continue reading

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About Sonya Davidson, RN in Nepal


Two weeks ago we interviewed the Matron of one of the major hospitals in Kathmandu, and the clip was widely viewed. I have met truly wonderful and inspiring people here. I hope to continue interviewing and posting the little videos … Continue reading

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