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Communicate - multilingual appointment card

Local resources - UK database of important local resources

Harp Mental Health and Well-being Resource - website for health professionals involved in assisting asylum seekers and refugees

Self report in clinical and epidemiological studies with non-English speakers: the challenge of language and culture

Article by Sanja M Hunt and Raj Bhopal (2004). Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2004;58:618-622 BMJ Publishing Group Ltd.

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 11:29]

The Expert Patient

Provides an automated translated history taking service for both taking medical and psychiatric patient histories in 17 languages.
Also has an interative language map - by clicking on the country it identifies which languages are predominantly spoken there.

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 11:20]

Joseph Rowntree Foundation: Access to services with interpreters: User views

Report (Sept 2004) explores the experiences of people who need interpreters in order to use health and other services. It provides recommendations for improving good practice in interpreting provision and will be of interest to policy makers and practitioners, plus those concerned with social inclusion issues.

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 11:21]

Refugee Council Multi Lingual web site.

Refugee Council have updated their web site and this is a link to a comprehensive section on multi lingual resources.

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 11:24]

Refugee Council: translated information for advisers

Advisers section listing all information sheets. Appropriate for downloading the same document in several languages.

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 11:26]

Refugee Council: multi lingual information for refugees and asylum seekers

The Refugee Council provides a wide range of information and advice leaflets for refugees and asylum seekers. They have created a multilingual website where users can access these leaflets on pages in their own language. The multilingual website contains 20 languages.

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 11:31]

Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital

Information for families on a range of conditions, treatments and tests available in several languages.

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 11:21]

Sapphire: Advice for Victims of Rape

The Met Police have produced an advice booklet that explains how the Police can help you if you have been sexually assaulted or abused, or if anyone you know has been assaulted in this way. It explains step by step what happens after you report the crime to Police, and what we (and the people and organisations we can put you in contact with) will do next.
Available in 14 languages.

Link [Last update: 2007-01-05; 11:29]

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