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Care of a person who has been strangled (information in several languages)

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Yarrow Place, October 2020 Youth and Women’s Safety and Wellbeing Division are very pleased to announce the completion of a range of strangulation pamphlets designed for both the consumer and the service provider. We know strangulation is a common form of assault in the context of domestic and family violence and sexual assault, so these pamphlets have been designed to guide non-medical service...

Multilingual booklet in 8 languages – HIV: What you need to know

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Multicultural HIV and Hepatitis Service, NSW, 2019 The new multilingual booklet, HIV. What you need to know, summarises the most current information on HIV. It explains what it means to have HIV as well as ways to protect yourself from getting HIV and passing it on to others. It also explains how to get tested, and how HIV is treated, including a comprehensive list of HIV health care and support...

Video: teaching Arabs to talk about sex

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BBC news, 09 Jul 2019 Safa Tamish teaches Palestinians to talk about sex, a topic often seen as taboo in the Arab world. She encourages workshop participants to speak frankly, for example not shying away from using proper names for body parts in Arabic. A survey for BBC Arabic across the Middle East and North Africa has looked at attitudes on issues ranging from religion to homosexuality and...

New multilingual HIV resource: 7 good reasons to test for HIV now

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Positive Life / NSW Multicultural HIV and Hepatitis Service (MHAHS) / Pozhet, June 2018 The new multilingual resource was developed by Positive Life NSW, Multicultural HIV and Hepatitis Service (MHAHS) and Pozhet, and funded by NSW Health.   “The campaign is asking people at risk to get tested for  HIV because roughly one in ten people living with HIV don’t know they have the virus,” said...

New sexual health videos in English, Arabic, Karen and Punjab

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Health Translations Directory (Victorian Government of Australia), February  2018 Health Translations Directory has now added some new audiovisual files in English, Arabic, Karen and Punjab, developed by Family Planning Victoria. These are part of a series of videos about periods, pregnancy and contraception, for newly arrived migrant and refugee women in Australia. The videos provide general...

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SASHA is a current awareness service with news and views on various aspects of sexual health and sexuality, from a wide range of sources. These range from credible sources of sexual health and related information, to relevant opinion pieces in the media.

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