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Aged care Heart health
Alcohol and other drugs Injury prevention
Arthritis and musculo-skeletal conditions Mental health
Asthma Nutrition
Cancer Oral health
Child health Pregnancy and postnatal
Communication and swallowing Sexual health
Diabetes Women's health
 

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Aged care
 Alzheimer's Australia
 
Seven topics on dementia and memory

 Elder Abuse Prevention Unit
  Mistreatmentof older people - lets open the door to hope and family harmony

 Department Health and Ageing
 
Ageing and aged care - various topics
  Aged Care Advocacy
  Aged Care Complaints Investigation Scheme
  Commonwealth Carelink Centres 
  Charters of Residents Rights
  Community Aged Care Packages 
  Community Visitors Scheme 
  Continence myths and facts
  Good bladder habits for everyone
  National strategy for ageing Australia
  Pelvic floor exercises for men
  Pelvic floor exercises for women 
  Useful contact numbers 
  Home and Community Care
 
Home and Community Care services - audio version (mp3)
 Queensland Health
  Transition Care Program

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Alcohol and other drugs
 Department of Health and Ageing
 
National Drugs Campaign
 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service
 
 Ecstacy understanding the risks 
 Quit Victoria
 
Want to quit smoking?

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Arthritis and musculo-skeletal conditions
 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service
  
Arthritis you can do something about it
 Osteoporosis Australia
 
Calcium, vitamin D and osteoporosis
  
  Diagnosing osteoporosis
  Exercise for osteoporosis and falls prevention
  Medications and treatments for osteoporosis
  What is osteoporosis?
 

 

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Asthma

 Asthma Foundation (all resources under reveiw)
  Adult onset asthma
  Allergy and asthma
  An introduction to asthma
  Asthma the basic facts
  Asthma and smoking
  Asthma in the over 50s
  Chronic lung disease and shortness of breath
  Complementary therapies and asthma
  Exercise and asthma
  Medications and asthma
  Pregnancy and asthma

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Cancer
 Australian Lung Foundation - The Kylie Johnston Lung Cancer Network
  
Answering your questions about lung cancer  
  Lung cancer doesn't discriminate (not currently available)
 Cancer Council Victoria
  A vaccine to prevent cervical cancer 
  Abnormal pap test results
  Breast awareness for all women
  Cancer that cannot be cured
  Diagnosing cancer
  Eating well during treatment
  Finding bowel cancer early
  Healthy eating to reduce cancer risk
  Learning to relax when you have cancer
  Pap tests after hysterectomy
  Prostate cancer: interpreting the PSA test
  Prostate cancer: should I be tested?
  Prostate problems
  Sun Protection for all Australians 
  Treating cancer
  What is cancer?
 Department Of Health and Ageing - cancer screening
 
When did you last have a pap smear?
 Queensland Health
 
Bowel cancer: The facts - prevention and early detection
  Breast cancer screening
  Screening for Bowel Cancer Saves Lives - A4 Poster

 

 

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Child health
 Department of Health and Ageing - Immunise Australia Program
  Understanding childhood immunisation: booklet 

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Communication and swallowing
 Queensland health
  Speech pathology and dysphasia 'difficulties with understanding & talking' 
  Speech pathology and dysphagia 'difficulty swallowing'
 
  Speech pathology and dysarthria 'slurred speech' 
  Speech pathology and dyspraxia 'difficulty producing speech'
  Safe swallowing strategies 

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Diabetes
 Diabetes Australia
 
Various facts sheets 
 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service
 
Are you at risk from the world's fastest growing disease?
  Diabetes and your eyes
  Diabetes in pregnancy
  Give your feet the care they deserve

 

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Heart health
 Heart Foundation
  Chronic Heart Failure
  Will you recognise your heart attack? action plan for patients
  Will you recognise your heart attack? - patient fact sheet
 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service
 
Chest pain: is it just indigestion or a heart attack?
 
  Heart attack - know the warning signs and act immediately 
  Heart disease - how treatments can help
  How to keep your blood pressure healthy 

 

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Injury prevention
 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service
 
 Avoiding ticks and spider bites
  Keep medicines and other poisons locked away
 Queensland Health
  Falls Prevention in Older People - Flyer/Poster 
  Preventing Falls: One Step Ahead 
 
Staying On : Stay active and independent in your home 
 Royal Children's Hospital Safety Centre
 
Home safety and the surrounds poster

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Mental health
 Queensland Transcultural Mental Health Centre 
  Various brochures on mental illness

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Nutrition
 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service
 
Are you drinking enough water?
  Caffeine and your health
  Cholesterol: too much is dangerous. European and Middle Eastern foods
  Fitting more fruit and vegetables into your diet
  Helping children maintain a healthy weight

 

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Oral health

 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service
 
Getting older? Why your teeth and gums are important for good health
  Keeping your teeth - whatever your age
 Queensland Health
 
Healthy teeth for life: Brushing and flossing
  Healthy teeth for life: Care after dental surgery
  Healthy teeth for life: Tooth decay

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Pregnancy and postnatal
 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service
  Diabetes in pregnancy

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Sexual health
 Multicultural HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C Service
  Information about Hepatitis C
 Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland  
  Chlamydia
  Genital warts
  Gonorrhoea
  Herpes 
 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service
  Myths And facts about sexual health

 Royal Women’s Hospital Melbourne
  Contraception - Condoms and Diaphragms
  Contraception - Depo Provera - a contraceptive injection
  Contraception - Intra Uterine Device (IUD)
  Contraception - The pill
  Contraception - Your choice

 

 

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Women's health
 Department of Health and Ageing 
  Surgery for stress incontinence in women
 Department of Justice and Attorney-General
 
Domestic violence - are you a victim?
 
  Domestic violence - are you accused of it?
 The Jean Hailes Foundation for Women's Health
 
Understanding menopause and midlife
 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service
  Cystitis
  Domestic violence hurts the whole family
  44+ For Women approaching menopause
  Menopause - when menopause affects relationships
  Menstruation - what's normal and what's not
  Preparing for a healthy menopause
  Thyroid - how it can affect your health

 Royal Women's Hospital - Well Women's Services
  Cysts 
  Endometriosis
  Information to help you manage after a major operation

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Last updated: 10 October 2013

What's new?

Queensland Health Guideline for multicultural policy implementation
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Video remote interpreting - information for patients fact sheet
A fact sheet for patients which explains the video remote interpreting system used by Queensland Health.

The fact sheet is available in 13 languages other than English

Queensland Health Multicultural Services newsletter issue10 -Spring 2011
A quarterly newsletter which aims to keep health care providers and patients from a culturally and linguistically diverse background up-to-date with the latest multicultural health projects, services, research and achievements.


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.