Monthly Archives: July 2014

Updated Schedule for CCNEpal 2014 as of July 21, 2014


Where have I been? Just got back from two weeks in the Terai. Mostly Bharatpur but also Biratnagar. I loved the people in Biratnagar, though I was so busy teaching I really never left the hotel. I taught “double session” … Continue reading

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Shouldn’t we read about the real Nepal?


Note: The Sacrament of the Goddess is now available at Vajra Books on Jyatha in Thamel, and Tibet Book on Tri Devi. The¬†Sacrament of the Goddess is about Nepal, but not the Nepal you usually read about. Most of the … Continue reading

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doing ICU care in Bharatpur, Nepal – dispelling the myths


quick advert – buy my second book about health care in Nepal. It’s a novel that draws upon my experiences here. It is about contemporary Nepal, and nobody in the book climbs Mount Everest or goes through a harrowing accident … Continue reading

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The Evolution of My Atttitude toward megacode scenarios in Nepal


quick advert: My second book is a novel, but the medical details represent real situations and of course, the intent is to convey the feeling of being in a small medical community in a remote area of Nepal. You can … Continue reading

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