The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health (CEH) have updated their Language Services Information Sheets, in response to sector demand and developments in language service policy. These information sheets provide useful information on how to effectively engage with language servic
A series of videos have been produced by Family Planning NSW. Spoken in Arabic, Assyrian, Dari, French, Hindi, Karen, Khmer, Mandarin, Nepalese, Turkish and Vietnamese, the firsthand accounts dispel some common misconceptions about cervical cancer screening and encourage all women to
NSW Refugee Health Service has developed a free online tool which produces an appointment letter in 17 languages. It is simple to use and fast, enabling the letter to be printed off during a consultation and given to patients before they leave your ward or clinic.
Research has been conducted by the University of Adelaide, in conjunction with Monash University, The University of Sydney and the South Australian Department of Health, to investigate the effects of very hot weather on the wellbeing of migrants and refugees. Identified in the study
Universal Stories of Healing from Depression is an audio-visual resource which has been developed to raise awareness of depression in refugee communities. There are three stories from three different communities spoken in English and the languages of Dari (Afghanistan), Karen (Burma)
This document, produced by the Tasmanian Department of Health and Human Services, provides a useful print out summary of available Australian and international nutrition resources, factsheets and projects for resettled refugee and migrant communties.
This is a series of translated materials developed by the Government of NSW to support people’s oral health care, dental health prevention and health promotion. Lift the Lip is a poster to display in your clinic, showing adults how check their own teeth and their children’s teeth for
Six simple sentences that explain what playgroup is: “Playgroup is an informal group of parent, family and children aged 0-5 years. Children have fun and learn. Adults make new friends and share parenting skills. Playgroups usually meet once a week at a local venue and charge