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CEH’S Multicultural Community Action Network (M-CAN) recently partnered with Your Sexual Health Yard (YSHY) to discuss all things sexual health with International Students.
Understanding COVID-19 workshops for Interpreters, Translators and Bicultural Workers – information about vaccines and supports made clear and simple.
On December 10, the Multicultural Drug and Alcohol Partnership conducted an online community forum with members of the South Sudanese community, other African diaspora communities, and workers from community organisations.
Despite all the obstacles of working remotely, juggling children and work or changed duties,
200 of you joined us each month in conversations about how we can make our services easier to use for everyone.
Most people need a crystal ball to understand health writing. Make sure you’re hitting the target with CEH’s NEW: PLAIN LANGUAGE WRITING eLearning!
MHSS’ Indian Peer Education program successfully delivered 16 education sessions to 252 participants over Zoom.
Understanding COVID-19 workshops for Interpreters, Translators and Bicultural Workers
Listen to CEH co-manager Bernice Murphy and CEH ‘Speaking COVID’ trainee John Nguyen discuss the importance of #droppingthejargon on SBS radio.
CEH’s M-CAN program has produced three videos made in partnership with the Dinka speaking community, discussing the importance of testing, medications and vaccinations for Hepatitis during COVID-19.
CEH welcomes additional funding from the NWMPHN to address the mental health issues experiences by people from refugee and migrant backgrounds during COVID-19.
CEH has joined the Optimise Study. The aim of this research is to find out how people in Victoria are thinking, feeling and behaving in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic and the associated public health directions.
Pledge to #dropthejargon in 2020 and you could win free access to a CEH online elearning module.
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