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January 5th Update for summer 2019 teaching schedule of CCNEPal


CCNEPal offers a threeday course in critical care skills to nurses of Nepal since 2011. Browse past blog entries on this site to learn about our activities. As of January 2019, the plan is to arrive in Nepal around May … Continue reading

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Summary of Summer 2018 CCNEPal activities


This is “late” seeing as how I returned to USA six weeks ago. My job in USA – my “real job” keeps me busy. Locations and hosts CCNEPal taught 19 sessions in Nepal in summer 2018, and distributed 593 certificates … Continue reading

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Teaching #criticalcare skills to nurses and doctors in #Nepal, getting ready for summer 2018


Summer break. School in USA goes for one more week. Then in two weeks, CCNEPal gets on the plane for Nepal again, teaching critical care skills for summer 2018. What does CCNEPal do, exactly? This has been answered on the blog … Continue reading

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Revised Schedule for Summer sessions of CCNEPal 2017


Three weeks shortened from end of schedule Updated June 24th I need to update my schedule. I cancelled all the previously-scheduled sessions outside Kathmandu Valley  after June 23rd. I gave the talk in Kirtipur, and will deliver the sessions listed below. I … Continue reading

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Feb 27th – CCNEPal announces NEW GoFundMe campaign for summer 2017


Summer 2017 CCNEPal will once again teach in Nepal. Today we announced a new, scaled-down fundraising campaign to support CCNEPal’s summer 2017 activities. We are trying to raise $4,000 for a three-month trip to teach ACLS in Nepal, especially the … Continue reading

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Nepal’s Role in the “Global Resuscitation Alliance” -is there one?


This past week brought the announcement of two new organizations to promote better resuscitation from cardiac arrest, worldwide. “The Global Resuscitation Alliance” and the “Resuscitation Academy.” wow.  I love an audacious goal, but – I’m a bit of a skeptic. … Continue reading

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Ten Rules to Prevent Thrashing of Doctors in Nepal


Update October 2nd 2016 In Charikot, Dolkha district, there was an “incident.”  I do not pretend to know the details, but one pertinent feature was publishing a videotape of the doctors involved, apologizing for what happened.  Fortunately, these particular doctors … Continue reading

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