Tag Archives: functional nursing

The Future of PCL nursing education route in Nepal


May 20, 2015 update: I reposted this on Nurses of Nepal and I expect a lot of hits today. Evidently, there is a new exam for the second-years of PCL throughout the country. The vast majority of students, nationwide, failed … Continue reading

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Joe is just as pretty as he always was, and wins a beauty contest to prove it


Time Travels back and forth The dilemma is always whether to use this as a chronology or not. Yesterday was a get-your-chores-done kind of day, picking up photocopying for my last cohort, meeting with people to plan events, grocery shopping, … Continue reading

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Excerpt from The Hospital at the End of the World which details the comparison between USA hospitals and Nepal hospitals


July 28 2011 udate: This entry was originally titled  Today I performed an emergency appendectomy but I am having a relaxing day to recover from a recent cold and fever and decided to re-tag my blog so as to help people … Continue reading

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Nurse wages in Nepal and the outmigration of Nepali nurses


UPDATE June 2019 even after eight years this is one of the most-read entries on this blog. If you are serious about going abroad, here are some tips to improve English language that you can try: https://wp.me/p1Kwij-rB 7836  views as … Continue reading

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