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On Wednesday March 9, the Multicultural Health & Support Service (MHSS) team hosted an online forum for workers on ‘The Impact of COVID-19 on Sexual & Reproductive Health in Migrant & Refugee Communities’. If you missed out, you can now catch up by watching a recording of the forum.
In this month’s edition of the CEH Training Blog, Eman looks at how to discuss sensitive topics with clients from refugee & migrant backgrounds
CEH is excited to welcome Faiza Mahat and Omar Elmi to the newly formed Healthy Families (Vaccine Ambassadors program ) team.
In this month’s edition of the CEH Training Blog, Eman is joined by one our past amazing bicultural professionals, Anyaak Abiel. Anyaak shares his insights into working with the South Sudanese community.
We are delighted to announce that this week, our much-loved community-led initiative, M-CAN (Multicultural Community Action Network), has finally CHANGED into the Multicultural Health & Support Service (MHSS) Advisory Body.
We’ve been listening to your feedback and are working to improve the Health Translations website to give you a better online experience, making it easier to find translated health and wellbeing information.
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.
In this Month’s Trainer Blog, Eman is sharing with us a story about assessing the need for an interpreter.
Knock knock. Who’s there? Your duty of care with interpreters.
Nadia didn’t get an interpreter during a medical appointment and was left feeling confused and uninformed about her health.
It’s a common issue, but how did this happen to Nadia?
Centre for Excellence in Rural Sexual Health (CERSH) presents their 2021 Professional Development Day/Conference
Workforce development session.
CERSH in partnership with CEH (MHSS) and Sunraysia Mallee Ethnic Communities Council (SMECC) are working closely with the Mildura’s diverse community to target the rise in syphilis. Sexual health community education to the diverse communities.
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.
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