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Campaign to teach situational awareness to MBBS docs in Nepal Jul 21 2015


All #Nepal nurses and MBBS docs need to read this carefully before viewing the videos of violence against health care workers in Nepal. Specifically, CLICK HERE to see the video that shows what CCNEPal trains docs and nurses. https://youtu.be/jVDLXzwDWRA (note: … Continue reading

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list of upcoming sessions as of June 16, 2014


UPDATED JULY 1st to register for August sessions at LNC campus, go to the LNC Library. there are still seats available for some of the sessions. schedule-as-you-go for CCNEPal I don’t start filling up the calendar until I arrive here. It’s easier … Continue reading

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part 5: finally, the “Pearls” of teaching ACLS in Low Resource Setting


Muraho to my readers from Rwanda! My blog stats tell me I am getting a lot of hits from that country. Please make a comment below and tell me who you are. I am very curious. Welcome to this page. … Continue reading

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about fear of participating in ACLS


Fear of ACLS My blog post yesterday was prompted by a nurse who said she was afraid of doing ACLS. She felt fear. Ahhhh… I know this fear……. we all do. I suppose more questioning is needed. We are dealing … Continue reading

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an ambitious goal for CCNEPal 2013


If you don’t dream dreams, then your dreams will never come true. settling in The first few days here are consumed with setting up camp in Kathmandu. grocery shopping, getting a Nepali phone number ( which happens to be 980 … Continue reading

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Hour-by-hour description of Critical Care Response Training for Nurses


NOTE: we are beginning to schedule the actual sessions for the 3-days course, and the first host agency asked me to supply a detailed hour-by-hour description of the class.  I am posting it here as well so as to inform … Continue reading

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The Light at the End of the 2011 Tunnel for Kathmandu Critical Care


Pani 6 It’s raining as I write this, cool and delightful weather. The fridge at the Guest House was repaired while I was gone, I cooked spaghetti and meat for myself last evening. I am sharing the Guest House with … Continue reading

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