CCNEPal will be at the meeting of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health 2016 Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA April 8th through 11th.
Click here for the conference program.
Final Poster Number on Poster Board: 2.037_HRW
Abstract Title: Use of Simulation to Support Role Development for Nurses and MBBS Doctors in Nepal
Presentation Date: Sunday, April 10, 16
Presentation Time: 12.45pm – 2.15pm
Category/Session name: Poster Presentations: Human Resources and Workforce II
Room: Golden Gate Ballroom (Lobby Level)
We hope to see you there.
I am blown away by the breadth and quality of the speakers, the tracks,the breakouts, the location, and of course, the other poster presentations. There are at least a dozen other posters about ongoing projects in Nepal.
CCNEPal will be giving away trinkets, starting on day one. The specific trinket is a “Paranda” – a hair tassel. (best for people with long hair.)
A paranda looks like this:
It’s braided into a person’s hair. In Nepal it’s very traditional, but these days not worn as often as before. A paranda is “fun.”
Here is a YouTube video showing what this is like. Fast Forward to about 4:24 to see the trick of braiding it on.
I will be giving these away to anybody that talks to me about Nepal. You will be able to find me because I will be wearing a topi, a traditional Nepali cap.
My main goal is to network with people. I don’t take myself too seriously!!
And of course, to read about the CCNEPal project, browse the other blog entries on this site.