How to register your resource
Help us improve the Health Translations Directory by taking our brief online survey. It will only take a few minutes. Help us improve the Health Translations Directory by taking our brief online survey.
(It will only take a few minutes)
Close survey

Our goal


The purpose of the Health Translations collection is to:
  • provide a portal for health professionals and intermediaries to locate and access high quality translated health information online;
  • enable professionals to support their CALD patients/consumers to make positive health and lifestyle choices and to improve their health literacy;
  • enable individuals to actively manage their own health and health of those they care for.

For the complete guidelines please read our Health Translation Directory Editorial Guidelines and Collection Policy.
To register your resource follow these steps:

1- Check resource availability

We strongly encourage you to first make sure that the resource does not already exist on the directory. To do so please search for the resource by title or organisation.


2- Prepare your resource


We are looking for health-related resources in written or audio-visual format that meet the following criteria: We encourage you to use this checklist to prepare your resource.

3- Register your resource

If your resources meet the 6 criteria above, register your resources here.

Need help?


If you have produced some health information and would like to receive additional advice and support in developing resources for culturally diverse communities, or if you are aware of useful multicultural health resources produced by other organisations in Australia and they are not currently included on the website, we would like to hear from you.

The Health Translations Directory is always improving

The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health has been contracted to manage and improve Health Translations. We are regularly reviewing our collection and improving your experience of the directory. We rely on your contributions. If you are aware of a multilingual health resource, produced in Australia, please register it here or let us know.