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CCNEPal goes to Norvic Hospital, Kathmandu August 2016 – some pics


In August 2016 CCNEPal conducted a session of the three-day course at Norvic Hospital in Thapathali, a neighborhood of Kathmandu right near the river. This was not the original plan, but turned out to be fortuitous and fun. Web page … Continue reading

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CCNEPal begins planning for 2017 in Nepal – taking it up a notch?


CCNEPal began a special project to upgrade critical care skills of nurses in 2011. Since that time we have trained 2,885 nurses and doctors to perform cardiac life support skills using scenario-based teaching, which in itself is new to Nepal. … Continue reading

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July 21st report for the summer and upcoming schedule


I’m back in Bharatpur, where I was a month ago. The return bus ride through eastern Terai was wonderful – like riding through The Shire. Statistics to date: As of today I taught 19 sessions, with 560 certificates awarded.  The present … Continue reading

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Campaign to teach situational awareness to MBBS docs in Nepal Jul 21 2015


All #Nepal nurses and MBBS docs need to read this carefully before viewing the videos of violence against health care workers in Nepal. Specifically, CLICK HERE to see the video that shows what CCNEPal trains docs and nurses. https://youtu.be/jVDLXzwDWRA (note: … Continue reading

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part 2 De-escalation techniques in #Nepal – eliminating the threat of “thrashing”


This is part two. Here is the problem for MBBS docs who are doing a year-long internship: In MBBS program, the curriculum has been science-based. They are rewarded for doing research on physiological problems related to medical diagnosis. They are … Continue reading

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Update on seats available for CCNEPal sessions 3 (March 29, 30 and 31st) and 4 (April 5,6, 7)as of March 10th


As of March 13th, there are seats available in the last session of CCNEPal’s 3-day course. Session three is March 29th, 30, and 31st. officially there are no seats remaining. Session four is April 5th, 6th and 7th. Officially, there are four … Continue reading

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March 5th 2015 list of scenarios we use in the CCNEPal sessions


Okay, so at CCNEPal we model the course after the template published by the American Heart Association in their Instructor Manual. The course we teach at CCNEPal is NOT the “official” AHA ACLS course, though, because it is specifically adapted … Continue reading

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