Health Translation Funding Extension

PLEDGE AND WIN!

October 20 is Drop the Jargon Day.

Pledge to #dropthejargon in 2020, share an example of confusing jargon or signage with us and you could win 1 of 10 free licences to access your choice of either the Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health’s Health literacy Essentials OR Reach more people with plain language writing eLearning module.

To enter the giveaway;

On Twitter;

  1. Take the pledge on the Drop the Jargon website.
  2. Tweet an example of confusing jargon or signage and tag @CEH_AUS

On Facebook;

  1. Take the pledge on the Drop the Jargon website.
  2. Follow the instructions on the relevant competition post to comment an example or image of confusing jargon or signage.

On Instagram:

  1. Take the pledge on the Drop the Jargon website.
  2. Share an example or image of confusing jargon or signage and tag @ceh_centre

The health and human services sector can be full of jargon that is difficult for our clients (and everyone else) to understand. Jargon can create barriers to understanding health care services and information.

Help us share the #dropthejargon message and improve access to health care for all.

Find the Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Promotion commences 28/09/2020 and final entries close on 31/10/2020

CEH staff will judge entries from across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and award prizes to the 10 best entries, winners will be notified as per the terms and conditions.

 

Terms and Conditions:
1.  Entry is open to Australian residents only. Only one (1) prize per individual will be awarded.
2.  Promotion commences 30/09/2020 and final entries close on 31/10/2020.

3.  By participating in the competition, participants agree to be bound by the terms and conditions, including all eligibility requirements.

4. To enter participants must follow the entry requirements included in the competition post on the relevant social media platform.

5. Prizes are not exchangeable and cannot be taken as cash.

6. The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health will not accept responsibility for any late submissions, any entries that are not received

7. CEH staff will judge entries from across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and award prizes to the 10 best entries

8. Winners will be notified via direct message/post/reply on the social media platform on which they entered by 5pm AEST 09/11/20. CEH may request that the winner/s send CEH a private message to organise prize collection.

9. To claim a prize, winners may be asked to provide further contact details

10. If a winner does not claim the prize by 5pm AEDT on the Friday following the winner being notified, or is otherwise disqualified from the competition, the Promoter may withdraw the prize, and the winner will forfeit any and all rights in and to the prize

11. This competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

For more information on  Drop the Jargon 2020 head to dropthejargon.org.au/

For more information on CEH webinars see HERE

For more information about CEH please contact:
Toula Elefsiniotis, Lead Communications & Campaigns at: toulae@ceh.org.au

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