Monthly Archives: June 2014

My trip to Manthali, June 2014


short version several months ago I got contacted out of the blue by an American MD who was planning to go to Manthali Nepal to volunteer her services there. This happens every now and again since I have such a … Continue reading

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list of upcoming sessions as of June 16, 2014


UPDATED JULY 1st to register for August sessions at LNC campus, go to the LNC Library. there are still seats available for some of the sessions. schedule-as-you-go for CCNEPal I don’t start filling up the calendar until I arrive here. It’s easier … Continue reading

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How to register for summer sessions of Critical care Nursing 3-day course in Kathmandu, August 2014


UPDATED JULY 21st 2014 We have completed arrangements to offer the 3-day Critical Care Nurses Training session in Kathmandu in August. This is the same session that was offered in 2013, when 534 people took this training. to learn about … Continue reading

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Schedule for 2-day version of Cardiac Life Support course


MBBS? Medical Officers? CCNEPal will be available to train MBBS students in Cardiac Life Support, and is working to schedule this with some hospitals (I will announce more when dates are confirmed). for nurses When we teach this to nurses, … Continue reading

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part 5: finally, the “Pearls” of teaching ACLS in Low Resource Setting


Muraho to my readers from Rwanda! My blog stats tell me I am getting a lot of hits from that country. Please make a comment below and tell me who you are. I am very curious. Welcome to this page. … Continue reading

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part 4: teaching ACLS in Low Resource setting “give me a sharpened stick and a bare patch of earth”


So – you think you are a critical care cowboy and you are cool because you learned all kinds of derivative cardiopulmonary values and numerical formulae? hah. None of it is much use in a Low Resource Setting. True story: … Continue reading

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part 3: teaching critical care. take the quiz about cultural differences in education


People are the product of their environment. I’m still on the meandering path to describing my inside secrets of how and why I teach critical care nursing the way I do. I am not a person who stands behind a … Continue reading

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