What is Health Translations?
Health Translations is a Victorian Government initiative managed and maintained by the Centre for Culture Ethnicity and Health on behalf of the Department of Health.
Health Translations aim is to improve the health and wellbeing of people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. We do this by providing health professionals and community members with reliable and up to date health and wellbeing information in over 100 languages.
The library links to multilingual resources published by Australian government departments, peak health bodies, hospitals, and community health and welfare organisations.
The Art of Collaboration: Tips for Establishing Trust with Interpreters
By the CEH training team Collaborating with Interpreters - Avoiding Issues and Building Trust Working with interpreters is generally straightforward, and clients are usually satisfied with the service. However, occasionally things don't go as planned, and both you and...
Cultural diversity at CEH
Cultural Diversity Week 2023 is an opportunity to reflect on how we think and act on diversity and inclusion. Diversity is more than eating food from other places (though that is delicious and delightful). To embrace diversity is to seek to understand different ways...
How to find high quality translated health information!
By: The CEH training team How to find high quality translated health information! Finding health information One of the most common questions we get here at CEH is, ‘where do I find information on health translations?’ We can understand that looking for accurate and...
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