Multilingual workers improving community health

Multilingual workers improving community health

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In Victoria, women from migrant and refugee backgrounds have been made particularly vulnerable to the virus and its consequences, as the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated ongoing disadvantages.

However, women’s health services have played a leading role in supporting the health information needs of migrant and refugee communities in Australia during the pandemic, through best practice approaches such as multilingual health education.

Joining us to discuss this, are three amazing health educators who have been involved in the Workforce of Multilingual Health Educators Project or WOMHeN Project for short.

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