Our Latest News
Pledge to #dropthejargon in 2020 and you could win free access to a CEH online elearning module.
This SEXtember out Multicultural Community Action Network (M-CAN) hosted an important conversation around safer sex and contraception.
CEH’s Multicultural Health & Support Service, is on the research advisory panel of a project currently being undertaken by La Trobe University. The research team are conducting a study on people’s experiences of hepatitis C,
Is good communication a part of Safer Sex? we discussed this and more as part of MONSU’s digital Safe and Sexy Week.
Pledge to #dropthejargon and improve Health Literacy in Australia.
This year we took World Hepatitis Day online. Finding digital ways to spread the message of hepatitis care and connect with the community.
CEH’s Peer Education Project, a program of the Multicultural Health & Support Service (MHSS), Will be running ZOOM sessions for international students of Indian descent.
The University of Melbourne, the Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health, CEH and VCS Foundation are undertaking a project to understand how culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) groups engage in breast, bowel and cervical Screening Programs.
CEH has welcomed a funding announcement from the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services that CEH will continue to manage Health Translations for the next 3 years.
Almost half of all Australians aged 16 to 85 years — 7.3 million people — will experience mental health issues at some point in their life.
Community health organisation cohealth, has been using #health literacy frameworks and tools to make their services easier to use.
Supported by funding from the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services, CEH’s Understanding the NDIS training for interpreters in Victoria was a two-year project that has just come to completion.
View Our Newsletters
Catch up on CEH news and events
And Health Translations latest resources