Nepalese Nursing Association UK Charity Invitation
Venue: Harrow borough football club, Carlyon Avenue, South Harrow, HA2 8SS.
Time: 17:00, Ticket £25
NDA UK recently orqanised the Annual general meeting at Wyboston Lakes, Bedford on 28 -30 July, 2017. It was well covered in the news as well. Some glimses of the program can be viewed in the news coverage by Gurkha Channel. The links are:
Workshop on Alzheimer’s Disease for Doctors
March 2014, NDA UK Chairman in association with Nepal Medical Association, District branches conducted workshop on “Alzheimer’s Disease for local doctors”. He travelled around the country and conducted workshops in Nepalgunj, Butwal, Pokhara, Chitwan, Birgunj, Janakpur, Lahan, Dharan and Biratnagar. (More..)
Fund Handover to ARDS Nepal
January 14th 2014, Dr Chuda B Karki, handed over £2000 (equivalent NRs 3 lakh and twenty thousand), on behalf of NDA UK, to Dr Gauri Shankar Lal Das, chairman of Alzheimer’s Society Nepal (ARDS) at an inaugural ceremony of ARDS Nepal office in Baneswar, in presence of media and VIPS and members of ARDS. The event was televised in Image channel with the interviews of Dr Karki and members of ARDS Nepal.
ARDS Nepal and general public were extremely happy with the generosity and support from NDA UK. Dr Chuda Karki also personally provided a room for the office in his house without a rental charge. The office is also called ” Dementia House “.
Dr Karki also led an interaction programme for careers of people suffering from Dementia.
NDA (UK) executive committee would like to congratulate Dr Karki for his excellent work and providing accommodation for ARDS Nepal.
Advanced laparoscopic Surgery Course
NDA Executive committee member Dr Kamal Aryal, along with his colleagues Mr Jeremy Ward and Mr Shyam Matanhelia , and nepali counter part successfully completed ” Advanced Laparoscopy Surgery Course”, endorsed by the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh) at Kathmandu University Teaching Hospital, Dhulikhel Hospital, Nepal. The course was held from 22-24th November 2013.
NDA (UK) executive committee would like to congratulate Dr Aryal and his team for the excellent job by transferring skills to Nepali young surgeons.
Charity Dinner 2013
NDA (UK) organized a charity dinner program to have “Ambulance Service in Taplejung, Nepal,” at North Middlesex Hospital, London on 20th April 2013.
Dr. Beena Subba, the chairman of the organising committee of NDA UK welcomed everyone with her welcome speech and hosted the event.
Mr. Lex Limbu, a non-resident Nepali blogger, introduced all the guests for the need for ambulance service in Taplejung, Nepal.
Guest of Honour, Mr. Charles Walker, a Member of Parliament for Broxbourne, gave a speech followed by chief guest, councilor Kate Anoloue, Mayor of Enfield,
also expressed her opinion and shared the need of more charitable work to support in need.
Dr. Bharat Shrestha, President of NDA UK also shared his thoughts for the cause.
He also handed a cheque of £500 to the sickle cell charity run by the mayor of Enfield, and another cheque of £250 to the children’s scheme,
a charity run by the MP for Broxbourne.
Maximum 200 guests were expected on the day of the event with target of £12,000, which is the approximate cost of an ambulance.
By the end of the day, the team entertained about 250 people and the total amount raised was £15,000.
Society of Anaesthesiologists Nepal’s 14th Conference 2013
NDA (UK ) life members Drs Shambhu Acharya, Bhawani Lekhak, Purna R Joshi and Ramesh Khoju have actively participated in 14th SANCON and ” Silver Jubilee ” celebration of Society of Anaesthesiologists Nepal (SAN) on 5th to 6th of April 2013 in Kathmandu, Nepal.
The conference was well attended by delegates from Nepal, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, India and UK. Scientific meetings were well attended and presented.
In scientific sessions Dr Shambhu Acharya presented on “Acute Pain Management in Opioid Dependent Patients ” and ” Drug Errors in Anaesthetics”; Dr Purna R Joshi presented on ” Proximal Femoral Fracture in Elderly”; Dr Ramesh Khoju presented on ” Insulin : a novel role in management of calcium channel blocker overdose ” and ” Enhanced Recovery After Surgery: a multi disciplinary approach in colorectal surgery”.
In conference World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists representative Prof. Angela Enright talked about the ” LIFE BOX ” . She also handed over 100 life boxes ( Peripheral Oxygen saturation monitoring machine) to SAN.
Department of Anaesthetics and Critical Care, TUTH, Maharajgung, Kathmandu organised one day course on “Advanced Life Support ” on 4th of April. A team from New Zealand, in collaboration with Department of Anaesthetics, Kathmandu Medial College also conducted a workshop on ” Ultrasound for Regional Analgesia and Anaesthesia” on 7th of April.
“Smile Across Nepal” on Dental Implant Workshop – March 2013
12th March, 2013, NDA (UK) life member Dr Sanjeeb Nepali led the Charity ” Smile Across Nepal” to conduct two days hands on course on dental implants, in collaboration with department of dentistry at Dhulikhel Hospital, Nepal. The program included series of lectures on hands on practical and live video surgeries. Total 55 participants from different hospitals of Nepal participated in the course. The major participants were Professors, Interns, and other health workers. The first half of the opening day consists lectures on basic implant logy, techniques of implants and different available system in the world. On the second half, live surgeries were performed. Total of three surgeries were done in which there was active participation of the delegates and course faculties via audio-visual medium. This mode of learning was highly appreciated by the delegates. The day was called off by Gala Dinner. The second day started with an hour of lecture followed by live surgeries. Total two surgeries were done this day. The cases were more complicated on second day session. One of the cases was immediate implant and the other was multiple implants on same patient. Discussion on the surgeries performed during the course and lecture on complication of implant surgery was done. The course was wrapped up by distributing certificates and group photograph.
CNN Hero 2012
Miss Puspa Basnet was named ” CNN Hero 2012″ on 2nd of December 2012. NDA (UK) would like to congratulate Puspa on her achievement and hard work she has done for the children in ECDL (Early Childhood Development Centre). NDA (UK) supported this charity in year 2010 ( More..)
OAA 3 Days Course 2012
Dr Santosh Shrestha, assistant professor from Kathmandu University Teaching Hospital, Dhulikhel Hospital and Dr Aashish Ghimire, assistant professor from BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan have attended 3 days course in London, organised by Obstetric Anaesthesia Association (OAA) from 05th to 7th November 2012. OAA has provided bursary for travel and accommodation.
Support for Renal Transplant in Nepal ( 2012)
Dr Rajani Hada, consultant nephrologist at Bir Hospital and Dr Kalpana Shrestha, consultant nephrologist at Human Organ Transplant Centre, Bhaktapur have successfully completed advanced training in renal transplant in QE Hospital, Birmingham from 13th of September to 9th of October 2012.
They have been supported by Birmingham Transplant Team. NDA (UK) has supported their travel allowance.
AGM 2012, Newcastle upon Tyne
The Nepalese Doctors Association (UK) celebrated its 27th anniversary this year. The 27th AGM was held at Marriott Hotel, Newcastle upon Tyne from 27/07/2012 to 29/07/2012. It was very well attended by its members, families and friends.
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Dr Mohan Thapa (NDA member), consultant in Acute Medicine at Bolton Royal Hospital has successfully completed Preston 10k run (48 minutes and 20 seconds) to raise money for “Health Exchange Nepal” on 30th of September 2012.
Congratulations Dr Thapa !
Charity Dinner 2012
Nepalese Doctors Association (UK) hosted a charity dinner on Saturday 28th April 2012 at the Clarendon Suites, Birmingham.
This year we supported MHFA (Mental Health First Aid) training programme in Nepal. MHFA is the help offered to a person developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The First Aid is given until appropriate professional help is received or until the crisis is over. The MHFA programme was originally created in 2001 by two Australian experts – Betty Kitchener and Professor Tony Jorm. It became international in 2003 and by 2010 it has been adopted and adapted by fifteen countries including Nepal. The important factor in its rapid spread has been the continuing attention to research and evaluation in the programme.
The dinner was well attended by members and guests. The dinner was hosted by Dr Dhiraj Tripathi and his family. During the dinner Dr Arun Jha highlighted the importance of MHFA in Nepal: Dementia module and future plan, including launching of Alzeimer’s and Dementia society in Nepal. The chief guest of the dinner was Professor Mahon, a key member of the international section of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. NDA (UK) chairman Dr Bharat Shrestha highlighted NDA (UK )’s contributions to various charities, and Dr Badri Man Shrestha gave a vote of thanks to members and guests.
Dental Programme in Nepal in October 2011
A team of skilled professionals, led by Dr Sanjeeb Nepali (NDA,UK Life member ) has travelled to the rural wards surrounding Kathmandu, Nepal to deliver vital oral health care and training in October 2011. ( Photos)
NDA (UK) has contributed £ 500.00 towards this fund raising.
AGM 2011, Plymouth
The Nepalese Doctors Association (UK) celebrated its 26th anniversary this year. The 26th AGM was held at Future Inn, Plymouth from 29/07/2011 to 31/07/2011. It was very well attended by its members, families and friends. ( Read more..)
Charity Dinner 2010
November 13th 2010, Sidcup, Kent
Nepalese Doctors Association UK hosted a CHARITY dinner, supporting the charity ECDC (Early childhood development centre). ECDC is doing an excellent work in educating children born to mothers in prisons in Nepal. As you know, if a mother goes to a prison in Nepal, her children often end up in the same prison if there is no one else in the close family to look after them (this is often the case). The children do not usually have access to education and they grow up in the cells with their moms. Just take a moment to imagine the future of such children!
NDA (UK) executive committee would like to thank all members for generous contributions towards this charity.