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Multicultural Health - health information in Tigrinya

health topics: Tigrinya

Alcohol and other drugs Women's health
Cancer Nutrition
Pregnancy and postnatal   

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Alcohol and other drugs 
 Australian Drug Foundation
Drugs and their effects
 Quit Victoria
  Want to quit smoking? Here's how 
  Deparment of Human Services
Safe retrieval and disposal of needles and syringes

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 Cancer Council Victoria 
Abnormal pap test results 
Breast awareness for all women 
  Finding bowel cancer early 
  Healthy eating to reduce cancer risk 
  Prostate cancer: should I be tested?
 Department Of Health and Ageing - Cancer Screening 
When did you last have a pap smear? 

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 Community Nutrition Unit
  Healthy Drinks
  Healthy Lunches (African format)
  Safe Food, Safe Kitchens  

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Pregnancy and postnatal
 Royal Women's Hospital Melbourne 
  Herbal preparations in pregnancy 

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Women's health 

 The Jean Hailes Foundation for Women's Health 
Understanding menopause and midlife 
 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service 
Domestic violence hurts the whole family 


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Last updated: 10 October 2013

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Queensland Health Guideline for multicultural policy implementation
A guideline to assist Hospital and Health Services and Queensland Health to implement the Queensland Multicultural Policy - A multicultural future for all of us effectively.

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.