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Any USA acute care pediatric nurses out there? plan now for summer 2018 in Nepal!


You are now reading the blog to accompany a project that trains Nepali nurses and doctors in critical care skills using a 2- or 3-day course based on the American Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) course. ( let me be … Continue reading

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Janakpur summer 2016 part 2 (of 3) – JMC Teaching Hospital


There will be a part 3 to describe Janaki Health Care and Research Center – JHCRC. This one is about Janaki Medical College Teaching Hospital – city branch.  JMC TH. When I go to Nepal I always start with a … Continue reading

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Burn care in Nepal, an update August 2016


In January 2016, I  wrote a piece about burn care on my other blog, titled “Bride Burning” in Nepal and Burn Injuries  http://wp.me/p3b3md-e1 https://sacramentofthegoddess.wordpress.com/2016/01/17/bride-burning-in-nepal-and-burn-injuries/ The blog focused on the prevalence of burn injuries and the gender imbalance among victims. I wanted … Continue reading

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Schedule for 2-day course in Advanced Life Support for MBBS docs Feb 5th 2015


I have been asked to share the hour-by-hour schedule and the objectives,  for the course in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, that CCNEPal uses when we teach a class of MBBS docs. here it is, in all it’s glory. First, the … Continue reading

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Measuring an ICU in nepal


1958 A recent article about Critical Care in Nepal asserted that the best ICU ever established in the country was one which existed in 1958. Really? Baseball in USA I wonder when I read such things. “It was better in … Continue reading

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