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May Health Translations Newsletter

May Health Translations Newsletter

The May 2022  Health Translations newsletter has arrived! As a key stakeholder with important connections across Victoria’s multicultural community it is important we keep you up-to-date with new or updated translated resources related to: Covid-19...
CEH Training Blog – Interview with Bicultural Counsellor Iman Al Alami

CEH Training Blog – Cross-Cultural Communication & Me

Traditional Circassian wedding attire. I grew up  in a multicultural family in Jordan, then migrated to Australia in my mid 20’s. This journey has undoubtedly influenced how I communicate today. My parents are from contrasting cultures. My mom’s Circassian; an...
healthtranslations.vic.gov.au has changed!

healthtranslations.vic.gov.au has changed!

New, improved HEALTH TRANSLATIONS Online Library for Victoria’s culturally diverse communities. To mark Cultural Diversity Week, 19-27 March 2022, The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health (CEH) is excited to launch the new look and improved Health Translations...
CEH Training Blog – Discussing Sensitive Topics with clients

CEH Training Blog – Discussing Sensitive Topics with clients

We all want to deliver fair outcomes to clients who trust us to understand their needs, values and aspirations. And while there are helpful general frameworks and guidelines we can refer to, we still face all sorts of unique challenges to meeting these goals. This can...
Welcome to our Healthy Families project team

Welcome to our Healthy Families project team

Following the success of the Vaccine Voices Project, CEH was invited by the Department of Health to apply for the Vaccine Ambassadors program. Having secured this funding, CEH is excited to welcome the project team of Commuity Nurse  Faiza Mahat and Project...
CEH Training Blog – Working with the South Sudanese Community

CEH Training Blog – Working with the South Sudanese Community

In this edition of our CEH Training Blog with Eman, I’m hoping to help you understand the South Sudanese community better by interviewing one of our amazing bicultural professionals,  Anyaak Abiel.  Anyaak has spent the past couple of years working with the South...
Long COVID project receives 6 month extension

Long COVID project receives 6 month extension

We’re excited to announce that CEH’s Long COVID project has received a six month funding extension.  It is funded by the  Victorian Department of Health. As well as the 10 communities and 7 Local Government Areas (LGAs) that were the focus of the program...
Hear From Our Latest Health Literacy Course Graduates

Hear From Our Latest Health Literacy Course Graduates

North Richmond Community Health’s Healthy Communities team recently took part in our flagship Online Health Literacy Course. Watch the video above to hear how the team used their learnings from the course to make their website easier to use for clients.  CEH...
Cultural Competence in Sexual Health

Cultural Competence in Sexual Health

Kanwal Saleem (pictured), of CEH’s Multicultural Health & Support Service, recently spoke about ‘Cultural Competence in Sexual Health Care’ and its importance for people from migrant and refugee backgrounds as part of the Learn over Lunch (LoL)...