Taking a nursing placement in Pokhara will give you the opportunity to focus on a range of areas - from leprosy rehabilitation to NICU. Bedside care is usually taken care of by families in Nepal, so you’ll find your role differs from that in the US. You'll also work closely with qualified specialists who are willing to impart their expert knowledge. Once it’s time to clock off, you can enjoy rowing across Lake Phewa’s calm waters in colourful boats, or exploring sacred temples and ruins. Read what our students think below!
The lack of the resources in the hospital is a shock at first. However I grew to learn lots of new skillsRead more
My introduction to venipuncture in ED was when I had to assist the nurse by acting as a human tourniquetRead more
Catheters were reused as tourniquets, because the Nepalese people do not waste what is availableRead more
I found great strength in the devotion the nurses showed to the patients, their profession and the teamRead more