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Medical Simulation Training in France. Interview with Professeur Jean-Claude Granry of University Hospital in Angers, France

Medical Simulation Training in France. Interview with Professeur Jean-Claude Granry of University Hospital in Angers, France
Medical Simulation Training in France. Interview with Professeur Jean-Claude Granry of University Hospital in Angers, France
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Product Description

Interview with Pr. Jean-Claude GRANRY, Chef de Pôle anesthésie, réanimation, médecine d'urgence au CHU d'Angers.

Learning time for this interview:
For a beginner : the original interview will keep you busy for 3 months if you study 10 minutes at a time, 2 or 3 times per week. Of course, you are welcome to go faster!
For an intermediate learner : 2 months.
For an advanced learner : 2 or 3 weeks.
For all levels: see the bonus materials below. (Scroll down to see descriptions.) After you can understand the original interview, the work on pronunciation and accent continues with the slowed-down listen and repeat recordings. You will be able to learn from those over the coming months and years. We have customers who still listen to recordings that they bought back in 2001. (Scroll down for more information on the other recordings.)

When can I get started listening to these ?
Answer : You can start today or you can wait until the transcript comes in the mail. What you get when you order:

You can get started today with links to download the MP3s plus the first 8 pages of the booklet in PDF. Later, within 2 weeks, you will receive the full transcript/translation booklet (30 pages) in the mail. In case you misplace your mp3s and need to re-download, the link is printed on the inside cover of the booklet.

Topics covered in the interview:
  • Why Dr. Granry thought there was a need for this type of training.
  • La simulation procédural, la simulation "haute fidelité", and "la consultation d'annonce."
  • Stress levels registered during training are as high as those seen during "real" life-saving procedures.
  • Why the "patient" must never die during training.
  • Why all training sessions are filmed.
  • Why, even after many training sessions, there is always a "first time" on the patient.

Advanatages of our transcript
Full translation line by line so you can match up the words with their English meaning.
Lots of footnotes to explain expressions and words that have to be "understood as a group" so that you never have to stop your listening to look words up online or in a dictionary.

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100% Money-back garantee : if you don't like it for any reason, send us an email and we'll return your money for a full refund.

Bonus materials you get for free with this recording

Do you find that the French speak too quickly? Do you find yourself asking a question in a store and then cringing as the French person rattles on with a long answer of which you understand absolutely nothing?
Bonus #1: the whole interview slowed down by 25%. Some intermediate listeners prefer to start with a slowed-down recording. Once they can "catch" all of the words in the slowed-down version, they switch back to the original interview. We have been producing these since we started publishing interviews back in 2001. Customers love them because they help beginners and intermediates "ease into" conversational French.

Is your problem that French people switch into English because they get impatient waiting for you to find your words?
Then you need to take that final step to fluency. You need to learn the patterns, the "oral gymnastics" of spoken French so that the words just roll off of your tongue.
Bonus #2: the slowed-down listen and repeat recordings. These are amazing for advanced or already-fluent speakers who want to take that final step to fluency. Here, you'll...
  • learn the patterns of spoken French by actually making the sounds as you follow the model of native speakers.
  • make your pronunciation consistent (a big problem for adult French learners - even when they "know" the word, they only pronounce it correctly half of the time. These recordings will help you solve that problem.)
  • learn the French mouth position so that you sound more like a native. These recordings are just slow enough to let you hear and practice the positioning of your tongue and lips but just fast enough so that you never get bored. (So that you know how to use them, we've included a nice tutorial recording. You'll know exactly how to use these exercises to learn the "French Mouth Position.")

Worried about not having the time or giving up in a few months?
Bonus #3: in the tutorial recording, "Learning French from interviews," you'll learn my 4-step method for making measurable progress in as little as 10 minutes per day, 2 or 3 days per week. What's best about this method? Answer number 1: It's actually fun and never boring. No more poring over grammar exercises! Answer number 2: you can use it in the car or while walking or exercising. So even if you are too busy to sit down, you can still make measurable progress in sessions of as little as 10 minutes at a time. This is the method I use to learn German in my car on the way to and from work. If you are busy or have had problems stopping and starting French over the years, this method is for you.

Secure shopping and 100% money-back guarantee. I hope you enjoy this interview and the bonus recordings!
- David Tolman

To better help my students, I created a new site and am closing down FluentFrench.com. To see the new site, please go to www.ListeningFluency.com Thanks! David Tolman dtolman@fluentfrench.com