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Multicultural Health - health information in Tongan

health topics: Tongan

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Diabetes Pregnancy and postnatal
Nutrition Women's health
Oral health
 

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Diabetes
 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service
 
Are you at risk from the world's fastest growing disease? 
  Diabetes in pregnancy

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Nutrition
 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service
 
Cholesterol - too much is dangerous. Samoan and Tongan Food 
  Helping children maintain a healthy weight

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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 
 
Diabetes in pregnancy 
  Sad feelings after childbirth – a hidden problem

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Women's health 

 NSW Department of Community Services 
 
Domestic violence 
 NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service 
 
Abortion - questions women ask about abortion

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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.

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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?

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