Hello - French speaking nurses?

  1. Hello. I am searching for a French speaking nurse to help me with a few medical terms that I'm translating. I'd also like to discuss what it is like using French in the workplace Thank you
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  2. 12 Comments

  3. by   GardenDove
    I have a close friend who is from France, who is a nurse. She doesn't post here though.
  4. by   RN BSN 2009
    Aww! Darn.. There were a couple medical terms I was kinda stumped on! It's ok
  5. by   NaomieRN
    I speak french, but I am not a nurse yet. You can check altavista babel for help in translating.
  6. by   CHATSDALE
    CHECK ON LOUISIANA THREAD

    many of the older nurses speak french, it was forbidden to speak french in schools so it is not as prevalent as it should be but you might be able t find what you need
  7. by   MATDEUS
    hello , i am french and i can help you if you want !
    joyeux Noel et bonne anne !
  8. by   Tanvi Tusti
    Hi
    Im English and have worked in ICU in France for two years and am a fluent French speaker, I'd be glad to help :Snowman3:
  9. by   clemmm78
    I speak French, I'm in Montreal. LEt me know if I can help you.
  10. by   muffie
    terms of service (tos) require that all postings be in english so that all can read.

    please post in english only.
    Last edit by suzanne4 on Dec 22, '06
  11. by   tetitto
    Quote from muffie
    terms of service (tos) require that all postings be in english so that all can read.

    please post in english only.
    i agree with the tos, but a signature in french like this. " joyeyux noel et bonne anne " is fun to try to realize as spanish speaker.... :hatparty: :smiley_aa :santa2: :santa2: :santa2: ( are they something like merry christmas and happy new year?) anyway, we must follow the tos. :blushkiss
  12. by   suzanne4
    Quote from tetitto
    I agree with the TOS, but a signature in French like this. " joyeyux Noel et bonne anne " is fun to try to realize as Spanish speaker.... :hatparty: :smiley_aa :Santa2: :Santa2: :Santa2: ( are they something like Merry Christmas and Happy New Year?) Anyway, we must follow the TOS. :blushkiss

    I agree with you, but the post that was removed was not about the NEW Year or Merry Christmas........that is why it was removed from view.

    The Happy New Year is still there.
  13. by   adrienurse
    hello. I'm French Canadian. You can PM me with the question and I'll try to help you.
  14. by   JudithL_in_NH
    Hiya!

    I speak fluent French and work in NH, where there is a large population of inidividuals of quebecois heritage. I have used French intermittently with pts/families in the ICU setting. Happy to discuss it if you like--pm me or post questions.

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