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CEH offers eLearning in both cultural competence and health literacy. Their eLearning combines the latest research with fun, interactive activities that let learners practice their skills in real world scenarios.
10/12/2018 Document Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health 19/03/2020 Flyer Enliven PCP 27/06/2017 Report EMR Primary Care Partnerships
The EMR PCP’s documented the journey of our health literacy development course participants over 2016.
08/11/2016 Video Inner East Primary Care Partnership
The EMR PCPs documented the outcomes of the HLDC in 2016 as part of their evaluation
23/08/2017 Video Inner East Primary Care Partnership
Reports from the small projects of the 2016 Health Literacy Development Course participants
17/01/2017 Report Inner East Primary Care Partnership
Reports from the large projects of the participants of the 2016 Health Literacy Development Course
17/01/2017 Report Inner East Primary Care Partnership 14/10/2016 Document Inner East Primary Care Partnership
The Inner East Primary Care Partnership (IEPCP) have worked together with the Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health (CEH) to develop two health literacy tip-sheets to provide you with ideas and resources to help you reach more people with your messaging during COVID-19.
General tips for both spoken and written communication
Tips for specifically engaging migrant and refugee communities
11/09/2020 Document 18/11/2019 Document Inner East Primary Care Partnership 31/10/2019 Document Australian Government
Our case numbers are at the highest they have ever been. Hospital admissions are growing, and sadly, in recent days we have had fatalities.
It’s clear we are on the cusp of our second wave – and we cannot let this virus cut through our communities any more than it already is. It is against this backdrop that across Melbourne and Mitchell Shire, Stage 3 “Stay at Home” restrictions have been reinstated.
Now, more than ever we need all Victorians – no matter where they are – to be vigilant; adhere to physical distance guidelines, maintain hygiene practices and crucially they must get tested if they have any symptoms, and stay at home.
No matter where we live, we all have a crucial role to play in getting on top of this. And we need everyone to help.
Staying Apart Keeps Us Together, and our response to this ‘public health bushfire’ is about being a community.
We must all play a part in accepting the restrictions, adhering to them, and helping to reduce the spread of the virus.
We must all play a part in talking to our family, friends, neighbours, and communities to ensure that they all understand what is at stake and what they have to do – no matter how hard.
The behaviour is clear: Any symptoms – get tested.
As always, the campaign directs people to the single source of clarity, the Victorian Government’s coronavirus website for current information and updates: vic.gov.au/CORONAVIRUS
05/08/2020 Document Inner East Primary Care Partnership