We are all very excited to welcome you to the Marriott Hotel, Metro Centre for the 31st AGM of NDA UK. We have spent a lot of time organizing this event, to make it as enjoyable and beneficial for you as possible. There will be educational events available, such as a scientific meeting chaired by Dr. Anil Tuladhar, talk on patient safety by Dr. Kaushlendra Karn, junior doctors workshops by Prof. Satyan Rajbhandari, alongside charity talks chaired by Dr. Keshar Lal Shrestha.
In terms of entertainment, we have a jam packed Friday evening full of performances for everybody to get involved in, as well as Silk Tie sale with NDA logo, saree stalls, a tour of Newcastle upon Tyne on the Saturday, dance classes run by Ankita Karn on the Sunday alongside a cultural programme presented by Dr. Sachin Gurung and Dr. Bhichhyan Rai.
We really hope to see you there and would appreciate it if you could return the registration form ASAP and either sent it via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or post to Vandana Karn, 31 Baronswood, Gosforth, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE33UB.
The registration form and invitation letter is available to download from the website, alongside the brochure for the Marriott Hotel. I have also attached form and brochure with this email. Thank you to everyone who has sent their registration form along with payment.
Many thanks and hope to hear from you soon,
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Executive member NDA UK
Some important information:1. Early bird discount finishes on 5th June 2016
Educational event contact-Dr Anil Tuladhar and Dr Kishor Lekhak
Cultural Programme contact-Dr Sachin Gurung
Membership Contact-Dr Bhichhyan Rai
Registration Fee enquiry: Dr Vandana Karn
We have successfully completed NDA HEAP on the 22/05/2016 in Cwmbran, Wales
Dental, Nursing and Medical teams all united and great team work!
The Nepalese Doctors’ Association (UK) has realized the importance of health awareness and education program to improve health of an individual and is helping Nepalese Community through awareness and education program related to our own health.
On 22 May 2016 at Cwmbran, Wales, such programme is being held in collaboration with Nepalese Nursing Association UK. Both chairs Mrs Sushila Karki ( president Nepalese Nursing Association UK) and Dr Beena Subba (NDA chair) will represent their associations. The program is coordinated by Dr. Angel Magar (NDA UK) and Mr. Narendra Edingo ( local Nepalese Community). This is the first time in the history of NDA that Dental, Medical and Nursing professionals have united to help our people in the UK.
Similar program was conducted on 23rd August, 2014. Visit this link for past event https://goo.gl/p4W2Kg
weblink for the 22 May programme:
NDA UK would like to express sincere thanks and congratulations to executive committee member Dr Sachin Gurung and his team Drs Rojan KC, Rachana, Sarada Gurung, Sonya Limbu and Bichhyan Rai for successfully organising charity dinner on 01/05/2016 in Empire Aldershot.
The fund collection will support the reconstruction of health post buildings in Dolakha district which were destroyed by the earthquake 2015.
We would like to thank all who performed and attended for this good cause.
NEWBORN LIFE SUPPORT(NLS) COURSE, DHULIKHEL HOSPITAL, 27th and 28th March 2016
Six member overseas team coordinated by NDA member and ex vice chairman Dr Anil Tuladhar, Consultant Paediatrician along with Dr Janakiraman, Consultant Neonatologist, Dr Subhan Christudas, Senior Paediatric Trainee, Ms Barbara Harrison, Retired Ward Matron Neonatal Unit from Northern Deanery joined by Dr Bernd Reichert, Assistant Professor In Neonatology and Ms Joanne Jenkinson, Senior Neonatal Nurse, Sidra Institute, Doha , Qatar conducted hands on two day NLS course in Dhulikhel.
The response was overwhelming and the course was oversubscribed, hence had to be restricted to 25 candidates each day to provide maximum out of the course. Feedback was excellent for the format and conduct of the course. Most of the participants stated that they had never had such a hands on simulation based neonatal life support course.
The course was sponsored by Health Exchange Nepal (UK) and provided necessary equipments including manikins. The course was run in collaboration with North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust (UK) and ably supported by Dhulikhel Hospital team. Our aim is to run this annually and and slowly reach out to other areas in Nepal.
Ms Harrison also conducted three days hands on training to the nurses with regards to neonatal advanced care prior to the NLS course.
CALL FOR ARTICLES AND ABSTRACTS
FOR NDA (UK) JOURNAL SCIENTIFIC SESSION 2016
NDA (UK) Journal is published annually from the material provided by doctors, their family members and friends in the UK and abroad. Both medical and non medical articles are welcome. Medical articles could be review, original on research/audit or an interesting case. They should be referenced in Vancouver style. Abstracts of presentation at the annual scientific meeting will also be published. Non-medical articles should be interesting, informative, impartial, non-political and if possible linked to Nepal and Nepalese cultural heritage.
Short stories, poems, travel experiences, recipes, anecdotes, etc are considered for inclusion in the journal. Relevant news and achievements in academic and social life of NDA UK members and their families are given ample space. There is also space for readers’ feedback in the form of letters to the editor.
This year there will be an art work competition for the journal. Any age group please send in artwork (drawing or photo) depicting some aspect of Nepal. The winning entry will be published on the back page.
Notice to the contributors:
Material for publication should be typed clearly in double space and submitted preferably electronically as a word attachment well in time for publication. The editorial board reserves the right to reject any article they deem inappropriate.
Articles, both medical and non-medical should be brief and concise, and should preferably not exceed 1500 words (although exceptions will be made at the editorial board’s discretion).
Abstracts for consideration for presentation at the AGM scientific meeting should be submitted as a word document not exceeding 400 words. A format of Introduction, Methods, Results and Conclusions should be followed.
The editorial board would welcome submissions from all members and their families and particularly encourages trainees (this includes medical/dental students) to contribute.
Please email all submissions to:
For abstracts for scientific session please also copy to Dr Anil Tuladhar e mail – email@example.com
All submissions will be acknowledged by return email. Please do not assume that your submission has been successfully delivered without an acknowledgement.
In case of any questions relating to journal please e mail Dr Robin Sherchan(firstname.lastname@example.org), Dr Beena Subba (email@example.com) or Dr Kamal Aryal (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The deadline for submission has been extended to 21th June 2016 and you will be notified the outcome on the first week of July 2016. Submissions after the deadline will not be considered for publication in the journal.
With kind regards,
Dr Robin Sherchan
Joint Secretary NDA UK