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Posted by Ryan Schwarz Nyaya uses multiple “Web 2.0″ tools to facilitate our work in rural Nepal. Due to the challenges of rural healthcare delivery, most notably the lack of consistent power, using web-based technologies has greatly enhanced Nyaya’s ability to continue its work. In this week’s issue of the well-regarded medical science journal PLoS [...]

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Posted by Sushant Wagley, following conversations with Ruma Rajbhandari Delivery of quality healthcare requires providers to maintain and develop knowledge and skills in clinical practice and performance. Continuing Medical Education (CME) allows medical providers to maintain the knowledge and skills acquired during primary training, while also allowing for the adoption of latest advancements and improvements [...]

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Posted by Dan Schwarz, following conversations with Ruma Rajbhandari In a blog post last month (“Severe Storms in Achham”), we related the story of a two year old girl who had suffered a traumatic head injury after falling from a height of one storey. At the time, we were happy to report that, despite an [...]

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