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CEH wins 2019 Victorian Public Healthcare Award!

CEH wins 2019 Victorian Public Healthcare Award!

Women’s Health West, cohealth, Centre for Culture Ethnicity and Health, Maribyrnong City Council, Western English Language School Human relations education program for newly arrived young people. Human Relations is an innovative and unique five-week education program...
Can Hepatitis B be transmitted by mosquito bites?

Can Hepatitis B be transmitted by mosquito bites?

This, and more commonly asked questions about Hepatitis, were answered last week at CEH’s Multicultural Community Action Network’s (M-CAN) Hep B awareness session for the Indian Community.  The session, titled “Is your liver as healthy as you think?” discussed all...
Let’s Drop the Jargon

Let’s Drop the Jargon

On Drop the Jargon Day!  Tuesday October 22 Many clients have trouble understanding and using information we give them.  They also struggle to understand and get around complicated systems like healthcare.  When we use jargon, technical terms or acronyms, more people...
Not pulp fiction

Not pulp fiction

She looks up, concerned. She is young, in a room full of men her father’s age. The material she has to deal with is sexual. How did it come to this? She looks to him and they both know all is lost. Don’t be that person who has omitted critical information when making...
CEH – Training Victorian interpreters to understand the NDIS

CEH – Training Victorian interpreters to understand the NDIS

The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health (CEH) delivers capacity building and professional development training sessions for CALD communities and practitioners working in and with the disability service sector.  Through its’ Understanding the NDIS workshops,...
Al-taqwa sessions: STI Testing Week –Talk, Test, Treat

Al-taqwa sessions: STI Testing Week –Talk, Test, Treat

CEH’s Multicultural Community Action Network (M-CAN) celebrated Victorian STI Testing Week by conducting an interactive workshop for year 9 & 10 students at Al-Taqwa College, Truganina. The workshop encouraged conversations around STIs within a safe space for...
SPOKEN COMMUNICATION: We need to admit we have a problem

SPOKEN COMMUNICATION: We need to admit we have a problem

We’ve been planning a series of webinars to allow busy or remote workers and managers to access our current strategies on how to work better with migrants and refugees. On the 15th of August we ran the first sold-out webinar in the series, ‘5 steps to effective spoken...