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May 28 report of CCNEPal part three


Please read parts one and two. In part one, I summarized the numbers of sessions, the locations and the people who took the 2-day (MBBS) or 3-day (for nurses and nursing students) versions of the ACLS course. In part two, … Continue reading

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CCNEPal report may 26th, 2015 – part 2 – how MBBS medical education works


Update May 27th, 2015 – in Today’s news, an article about the Ministry of health and the difficulty faced in assigning young MBBS doctors to the quake zone. click here. I invite the government to learn more about my small … Continue reading

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First-hand eye-witness description of nursing needs in earthquake-ravaged area of Nepal by a Nepali-American nurse


A #Nepal -American nurse reports from #Sindupalchowk after #Nepalquake Firsthand assessment This was on the FaceBook page of a friend and I thought it was newsworthy. Generally, the people doing actual earthquake relief are too busy to send reports back, … Continue reading

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Nurse wages in Kathmandu as of August 2013


disclaimer: This is not complete or comprehensive but I thought I should get it out there. if you can provide info that helps make it more accurate, please email me. Update Jan 31st 2016 Paradox It’s paradoxical that Nepal should … Continue reading

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Three Cups of Tea in Kathmandu Nepal


please consider subscribing to my current blog Daybreak sounds of urban Nepal In the sleepy mornings of Jawalekhel, somebody about a block away meditates each day using a base drum and another instrument that chips away rhythmically with a hollow almost-Cuban … Continue reading

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Impact of Facebook. Meeting my Students


please consider subscribing to my current blog, Honolulu 2011-2012. when you get there, click on the little box to the right that says sign me up. Used to be: You’d have an overseas experience and return home. When you were … Continue reading

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