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CCNEPal Preliminary report for 2015, late May, part one, just the facts…..


note: I will depart Nepal for 2015 on May 30th. It’s a slow day and I thought I’d start this. The calendar year 2014 was summarized in a previous blog. Considerable detailed notes have been published here on a frequent basis. … Continue reading

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If the #Nepal Army is getting paid for #Nepalearthquake, the #Nurses need to get paid as well.


Yes, there was an earthquake and these are extraordinary times. and Yes, if you call for volunteers, the nurses of Nepal will respond. They already have. During the first day, there were nurses who worked a twentyfour hour shift, then … Continue reading

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April 18, 2015 #Criticalcare Road Trip through #Nepal


CCNEPal is a small #NGO with one mission: teach Advanced Cardiac Life Support  in #Nepal. For months, we planned a “road trip” outside the Kathmandu Valley with twelve sessions. We made 500 sets of handouts, printed 500 certificates, pre-positioned our teaching … Continue reading

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Update on seats available for CCNEPal sessions 3 (March 29, 30 and 31st) and 4 (April 5,6, 7)as of March 10th


As of March 13th, there are seats available in the last session of CCNEPal’s 3-day course. Session three is March 29th, 30, and 31st. officially there are no seats remaining. Session four is April 5th, 6th and 7th. Officially, there are four … Continue reading

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Mentoring ACLS Instructors in Nepal 2015 – CCNEPal invites – YOU!


What has CCNEPal done? CCNEPal has been teaching ACLS skills in Nepal since 2011 and in that time we have given certificates to about 1,600 nurses and doctors who have taken the 3-day (nurses) or 2-day (doctors) course. We have … Continue reading

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CCNEPal updated schedule of sessions for APril and May 2015


Note: this will be amended as sessions are added. This is not the final list. All good things must come to an end I knew when I got the approval to spend a year in Nepal teaching critical care that … 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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