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Lalit has participated in a health camp near Surkhet, Karnali Province, around three to four hours outside of the city.
Health camps are organised as a way to help poorer communities and individuals access healthcare and can often encourage people to seek the medical care and advice they need in the knowledge that it will be free of charge. This camp was specialising in women's health and was organised by a specialist group in Surkhet.
Lalit was responsible for giving the women general health checks, conducting ultrasounds and educating participants on key ...
Fifth year medical student Jeevan has returned from his district hospital posting in Gorkha, Gandaki Province.
‘I returned from Gorkha district hospital after completing the four month district hospital posting. I was posted at Amppipal hospital at Gorkha district. The posting mainly included clinical learning along with health office and administrative learnings. This posting helped me provide a preview of the service I will be able to provide once I return to home district as a health officer after completing my internship’ - Jeevan
The photos below show ...
Many of our students have just finished exams or are in the process of taking them. Studying for exams can be stressful at the best of times, but many of our students have also reported overcoming hurdles specific to Nepal such as lack of space to study, noise, problems with computers and equipment and connectivity issues. Having also emerged from several months of disruption to their normal routines due to the Covid-19 pandemic, studying has certainly been a challenge. Despite this, we're pleased to report that as results begin to be published, we have received positive ...
We’re thrilled to be celebrating the work of our nurses today, on International Day of the Nurse 2022.
We continue to collaborate with NGO, PHASE, which aims to empower isolated communities through health, education and livelihood opportunities to support nursing education and offer our qualified nurses opportunities for work in remote areas.
Our PHASE nursing students were auxiliary nurse midwives, and were able to go on to complete full nursing training with our scholarships. Our newest students at Karnali Academy of Health Sciences were supported by ...