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Just like 2020, this year hasn’t been easy. With the ongoing pandemic and uncountable lockdowns Victoria experienced, 2021 has been indeed a challenging year. The year has forced most people working in the health sector to adapt to new realities. However, by looking at how much progress MHSS has made in the span of a year is amazing!
The 32nd International Education Association (online) conference was held of the 1st 2nd and 3rd December 2021.
In this conference Aditi Sharma presented on the -International Students Sexual health network (ISSHN) – where to from here?
With a new year knocking on our door, the CEH trainers are looking forward to exciting opportunities and a fresh start.
Welcome to our new monthly CEH Training blog.
CEH Trainer Eman will share with you her perspective and tips about CEH’s cultural competence and health literacy training.
The first article is on unconscious bias.
Kanwal Saleem & Tapuwa Bofu (MHSS) spoke about some strategies that may assist in “Engaging with refugee and migrant communities on sensitive issues – Sexual Health, BBV & STIs” at the CERSH 2021 Professional Development Day/Conference.
The Chinese and Vietnamese Peer Education program has commenced with training sessions. The Peer Educators are now ready to present two community education sessions in Mandarin.
CEH is proud to launch a new website www.talktesttreat.org.au talktesttreat.org.au as part of STI Testing Week (Oct 17 – 24), and contains tailored resources addressing cultural and language issues across all aspects of STI testing.
This SEXtember, we joined with 1800 My Options to organise the 2021 SEXtember forum: “Community, COVID & Choice – Supporting Migrant’s Access to Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare”. Read more for a wrap up of the discussion.
A workshop for bicultural and bilingual workers, to help you understand Long COVID and how it can affect your community.
Hear from our latest #healthliteracy course graduates on how they’ve made their services easier to use.
Kanwal Saleem 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) series.
CEH has been funded by the Victorian Department of Health to raise awareness about Long COVID in 10 culturally diverse communities across six Local Government Areas. These communities were selected due to the number of COVID-19 cases they recorded in the past year.
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