Tag Archives: MBBS in Nepal

part 1 of 3: #IamwithDrGKC revives after New Constitution, January 2016


Executive Summary Start here with a video by Subina Shrestha. It’s titled “Nepal doctors Back Hunger-Striking Colleague” Doctor Govinda KC is an orthopedic surgeon from Kathmandu who has been a champion of reform for medical education in Nepal.  He is … Continue reading

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CCNEPal report may 26th, 2015 – part 2 – how MBBS medical education works


Update May 27th, 2015 – in Today’s news, an article about the Ministry of health and the difficulty faced in assigning young MBBS doctors to the quake zone. click here. I invite the government to learn more about my small … Continue reading

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Why Should a Nepali MBBS doc take an ACLS course?


MBBS doc “Role Development” for effective critical care – what is it? Critical care is not defined by a location (“ICU”) in a hospital. It’s more like a state of mind of the docs and nurses who provide life-saving emergency … Continue reading

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What is A.C.L.S. and why should every MBBS doc enroll in A.C.L.S. course?


“Critical Care is not a geographic location like the ICU of a hospital. Critical care is a set of knowledge and skills that a doctor carries with them. And nurses too!” _Joe Niemczura, CCNEPal A.C.L.S. (or just plain ACLS) is … Continue reading

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