Tag Archives: critical care nursing

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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How to register for critical care training sessions in Pokhara May 2016


UPDATED with more specific info Wednesday May 4th and 12th ACLS training registration can be done at: Registration desk Paschimanchal Community Hospital Buspark, Prithvichowk, Pokhara – 9, Kaski, Nepal. Phone no. 061 530722 Email: pchospital2071@gmail.com Please share widely. CNEPal will … Continue reading

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part 2: teaching critical care nursing in Low Income Countries. “Is there a problem, Officer?”


first – buy my second book. It’s a novel, but it will give you a realistic picture of what it’s like to be in a hospital in a Low Income Country. “Whether the events happened or not, it’s truth with … Continue reading

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CCNEPal 2014 is counting down the days


Quick summary I bought my ticket for the 2014 trip. I leave from USA May 24th and I arrive in KTM May 26th at 0830. The plan is to continue teaching critical care nursing skills. I have been working to … Continue reading

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New Name for this blog will be CCNEPal 2014


short announcement. The name of this blog will be changed to reflect the upcoming trip to teach critical care nursing in Nepal 2014 – not the past. yesterday is gone. we won’t get it back. on to the future!

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CCNEPal plans for 2014


time flies It seems like I only got home to Hawaii yesterday, but will be leaving for Kathmandu tomorrow. In truth, there are seven months before summer 2014 break. In the past I start planning in November or thereabouts. There … Continue reading

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Links about burn care in Nepal.


Thermal Injury A friend of mine in Nepal is doing a BN nursing project on burn care in that country. For me, burn care is an indelible memory of bedside nursing on my trips there. I wrote about it in … Continue reading

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