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Infectious diseases Sexual health
Oral health Women's health
Pregnancy and postnatal
 

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Infectious diseases
 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service 
  Gastroenteritis in children

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Oral health
 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service 
  Caring for babies' teeth
 

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Pregnancy and postnatal 
 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service
  Sad feelings after childbirth – a hidden problem
  Stages of pregnancy and labour

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Sexual health
 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service 
  Hepatitis B

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Women's health
 NSW Department of Community Services
  
Domestic Violence

 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service
  Domestic violence hurts the whole family
  Female patients requesting female staff in hospitals or in a clinic

 
 

 

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Last Updated: 10 October 2013
Last Reviewed: 10 October 2013



 

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The fact sheet is available in 13 languages other than English

Queensland Health Multicultural Services newsletter issue 10 - Spring 2011
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Complaints about health or other services
Do you have concerns about a government or non-government health service or are you unhappy with the way an issue has been handled? Do you think you have been treated unfairly or are you concerned about a decision or action of a health professional?

It is ok to complain, and there are organisations that are independent of the government that can help you, free of charge.

Go to the Queensland Independent Complaint Agencies' website for more information.