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What is Health Translations?

Health Translations is a free online library of high-quality translated Australian health and wellbeing information funded by the Victorian Government.

Made for Australian health practitioners and people who work with culturally and linguistically diverse communities, the site provides quick access to a wealth of reliable resources.

Health Translations does not host individual resources. Instead, we provide direct links to content hosted on trusted third-party websites.

How to use the Advanced Search to find translated resources

Watch the short video to learn how to navigate the Health Translations library efficiently. Learn how to customise your search based on language, topic, keyword, organisation, or file type, and unlock the full potential of the extensive translated resources collection.

Our content partners

We want to thank our fantastic content partners who collaborate with us to keep the information on Health Translations high-quality and up-to-date. Through this effort and partnership, we can deliver the most extensive collection of translated resources produced in Australia. This collection is valuable to health practitioners and other service providers, welfare providers, refugee and migrant communities.

Our partner organisations include:

Help us to keep improving Health Translations

The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity and Health is contracted to manage and improve Health Translations, but as a small team, we need your help. We regularly review the collection to enhance the user experience and the overall quality of materials but rely on content contributed by organisations from across Australia to keep the library relevant and of high quality. So, if you know of a multilingual health resource that has been produced in Australia that is not listed here, please register your resource here or contact us.

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