For information about specific refugee populations settling in Queensland, see Refugee Health and Refugee Populations.
Cultural Atlas – Aims to inform and educate the public in cross-cultural attitudes, practices, norms, behaviours and communications. The goal is to enhance social cohesion in Australia and improve outcomes for individuals and organisations operating in an increasingly culturally diverse society.
eCALD have developed resources for the New Zealand health workforce.
Cross Cultural Resource for Health Practitioners working with CALD clients E-Toolkit includes information about Middle Eastern and African cultures, Supporting Muslim Clients and working with religious diversity.
The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health focus on helping individuals and organisations to become more culturally competent through training programs, cultural competence audit and cultural competence resources.
Cultura – The free app provides access to information & resources identified as critical to enabling culturally appropriate care, including examples of best practice in the provision of person-centred dementia care.
This video from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists demonstrates the importance of using interpreters when seeing patients who do not speak English.
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