The Department of Social Services Family Safety Pack includes information on Australia’s laws regarding domestic and family violence, sexual assault and forced marriage, and a woman’s right to be safe and has been translated into 46 languages. Interpreters and Family Safety is a new
Communication with a person from a refugee background may be affected by language and cultural differences as well as social, economic and political experiences. It is important for an accredited interpreter (i.e. not a family member) to be offered to ensure ethical, safe and high qu
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.
This desktop guide accompanies the Promoting Refugee Health: A guide for doctors, nurses and other health care providers caring for people of refugee background (3rd edition). The guide contains sections on: identifying patients from a refugee background engaging interpreters consulta