This introductory half-day workshop is for health and support workers who wish to learn the basics about hepatitis B and effective strategies for working with affected communities. This training module has been developed by a partnership with St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne and the Multicultural Health and Support Service at the Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health.
**Important note: This workshop is held at Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health, 23 Lennox Street Richmond VIC 3121. Light refreshments provided for morning tea.
For enquiries and to confirm special dietary requirements contact on or 03 9418 9929.
Discussion about sexual and reproductive health often defaults to women’s sexual and reproductive health. This forum will focus on men’s sexual and reproductive health, exploring themes of sexuality, masculinity, relationships and communication in a new context. Participants will gain an enhanced understanding of what sexual and reproductive health looks like in men; how to have useful conversations about sexual health to avoid harmful labelling; and how culture and language can affect our understanding of sexual health.
- Dr Vinita Rane, Monash Health
- Dr Samuel Muchoki, Brimbank City Council
- Eva Hussain, Polaron Language Services
- ..and more
- Men’s sexual and reproductive health
- Masculinity and sexuality in a new context
- Having useful conversations with men about health
- Interpreter’s perspective
Workers in the community sector, health, settlement services, youth services, NGOs and interpreters, school nurses and teachers.