Tag Archives: Nursing education in Nepal

Should Every Nursing College in Nepal build their very own hospital? Of course not!


Swasthya Khabar needs to stop attacking and start helping So there has been a series of newspaper articles in Swasthya Khabar that investigate issues within the nursing profession of Nepal. These have been written in Nepali language, and I start … Continue reading

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June 22, 2019 Stop and Smell the Incense in Kathmandu


CCNEPal completed session number eleven yesterday with 38 students from the BNS and BMS program at Bir Nursing Campus. This was the third time I have worked with that school and I appreciate the people there. Since the earthquake they … Continue reading

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Team of Quebec Nurse educators to visit Nepal in spring 2019 – want to meet them?


I got a unusual email that led to a phone call. Hello Joe, I’m a Canadian nurse and educator, planning a trip to Nepal in the spring.  I have been to Nepal twice before (about 30 years ago) with my … Continue reading

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CCNEPal Summer 2017 How to arrange hosting a session of the ICU training


It starts May 12th and ends July 14th May 16th update: I leave for Terai in the morning. My Nepal phone chip has been activated. The number is 98010 96822 To call me from USA: 011 977 98010 96822 I … Continue reading

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The Three-legged Stool of Global Health Nursing – for October 15th in Boston!


Nurses: A Force for Change: Improving Health Systems’ Resilience above is the title of the Oct 14th and 15th 2016 meeting of Boston’s Global Health Nursing Caucus (in Boston of course!) and the event can be found at:http://seedglobalhealth.org/nursing-conference/#.V96VLIf2Zjo It’s co-sponsored … Continue reading

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CCNEPal begins planning for 2017 in Nepal – taking it up a notch?


CCNEPal began a special project to upgrade critical care skills of nurses in 2011. Since that time we have trained 2,885 nurses and doctors to perform cardiac life support skills using scenario-based teaching, which in itself is new to Nepal. … Continue reading

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Janakpur summer 2016 part 2 (of 3) – JMC Teaching Hospital


There will be a part 3 to describe Janaki Health Care and Research Center – JHCRC. This one is about Janaki Medical College Teaching Hospital – city branch.  JMC TH. When I go to Nepal I always start with a … Continue reading

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