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- Apr 1, '12 by ericjameshealthWow, thanks for all this info, for the bilingual american/French hospital do you sitll have to go through the process of getting a French Licens, or EU licens? im from America by the way and am interested in working in France. is it possible you could PM me some info about all this,i know thatthis thread is from 4 years ago
- Apr 1, '12 by Silverdragon102There is no such thing as a EU license. Even people from the EU moving from one country to another has to meet the country's requirements and be issued a nurse's license. Working will require you to meet French requirements both for RN as well as immigration
- Apr 1, '12 by ZippyGBRthe only difference for a Nurse from an EU state vs a none EU state is free movement of labour stuff within the EU that means you wouldn't need work permits etc in any EU state if you are an EU citizen .
- Jun 2, '12 by GitanoRNQuote from icu-rn<3je peux m'identifier à votre situation parce que je sentais la même chose quand je suis venu aux etats, bien qu'il existe plusieurs population de langue latine ici. cela dit, il n'est pas le même que mon pays natal, madrid, espagne espagnol castillan. en vous souhaitant le meilleur toujours dans tous vos projets futurs ... ole ~hi everyone,
i am also a french citizen with an american rn license. i live in nyc, and i just wanted to reach out to the other french nurses in the city feel free to email me, i miss speaking french
post-scriptum dire bonjour à la grosse pomme pour moi
(i can relate to your situation because i felt the same when i came to the states, although there are several latin speaking population here. having said that, it's not the same as my native madrid, spain castilian spanish. wishing you the very best always in all of your future endeavors...ole~
p.s. say hello to the big apple for me )Last edit by NRSKarenRN on Jun 3, '12 : Reason: Added world translation
- Jun 3, '12 by NRSKarenRN:redlight:
Please limit conversations in French to PM's as my HS French is VERY rusty + Terms Of Service requires English only used at our site.
- Jun 4, '12 by GitanoRN
- Jun 27, '12 by BrandonLPNQuick question: I've read that France practices team nursing usually with one RN and 2-3 "auxiliary nurses". Are auxiliary nurses the equivalent of American CNAs? Or are they more like LPNs?