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Summary of Summer 2018 CCNEPal activities


This is “late” seeing as how I returned to USA six weeks ago. My job in USA – my “real job” keeps me busy. Locations and hosts CCNEPal taught 19 sessions in Nepal in summer 2018, and distributed 593 certificates … 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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What would Florence Nightingale do if she were in #Nepal right now after the #earthquake?


What would Florence Nightingale do? I have a suggestion for all my nursing colleagues in Kathmandu. There are evidently many places where people are living outside. I am outside the Valley, and reading everything I can get my hands on. … Continue reading

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A Simple Way to Re-Inforce the Message of Global Nursing


Every School of Nursing in USA needs this. Buy one, or two, or ten. Put it on the wall outside your office. It’s a poster from the Syracuse Cultural Workers.   Think of no one as “them” Don’t confuse your … Continue reading

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Shouldn’t we read about the real Nepal?


Note: The Sacrament of the Goddess is now available at Vajra Books on Jyatha in Thamel, and Tibet Book on Tri Devi. The Sacrament of the Goddess is about Nepal, but not the Nepal you usually read about. Most of the … Continue reading

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Reprint of Interview with Joe Niemczura published in “Imprint” regarding volunteer nursing in Nepal


Editor’s note: Joe Niemczura, RN, MS teaches nursing at the University of Hawaii in Honolulu. He has also taught nursing in a rural area of the Himalayan country of Nepal. Joe was the keynote speaker at NSNA’s 2010 mid-year convention. … Continue reading

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