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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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Feb 16 2018 update from CCNEPal regarding summer plans for 2018


This will be brief. I haven’t added to this blog in some time, not since reporting on one of the most recent thrashing incidents. This blog provides commentary on issues affecting nursing and especially critical care nursing, in the country … 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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Two doctors thrashed at Patan Hospital Sept 10, 2015 and what to do about it


ATTENTION: the text in color, is “hyperlinks” – click on each colored word and it will lead you to another place that provides background. News from Patan Two doctors got beaten by angry relatives of a patient, at Patan Hospital. here … 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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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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