Tag Archives: CCNEPal 2014

What is A.C.L.S. and why should every MBBS doc enroll in A.C.L.S. course?


“Critical Care is not a geographic location like the ICU of a hospital. Critical care is a set of knowledge and skills that a doctor carries with them. And nurses too!” _Joe Niemczura, CCNEPal A.C.L.S. (or just plain ACLS) is … Continue reading

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CCNEPal report as of Oct 2nd, 2014


Summary: every public thing stops in Nepal during Dasain. I decided not to go trekking, so I am just hanging out in Kathmandu. It’s a good time to reflect on progress. to begin with, here is a list of the … Continue reading

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Updated hour-by-hour schedule for 3-day course on critical care nursing


Executive summary In 2013 somebody asked to see the schedule for the course. it’s a reasonable request, but – I had not written it down. so I dashed off a reply. Two weeks ago I updated the schedule to reflect … 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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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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CCNEPal 2014 springs into life. And monsoon will arrive tomorrow May 27 2014


Brief Summary I am now in Nepal, and I am humbled by the welcome from so many people. I will be here until November 16th, then I go to USA to see my family, returning for January to May, 2015. We are … Continue reading

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