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					November, 2010                                                                           Vol 14 Issue 3

                Multicultural Health Communication Awards 2011

Calling for submissions for the NSW Multicultural Health Communication awards.

The multicultural health communication awards program is now
        th
in its 6 prestigious year and the aim is to continue to reward
committed NSW Health and NGO staff who are passionate
about producing quality multilingual health resources.
These awards will be presented in conjunction with NSW
Multicultural Health Week 2011. Since the establishment of
these awards in 2003, the number of submissions has
steadily increased and the quality of the entries has
improved to include the most outstanding multicultural health
resources based on good practice principles, produced by
both Government and Non-Government Organisations funded
by NSW Health.

Applications will be judged on the effectiveness of each resource,
the quality of the translation, and the potential benefits for non-
English speakers in NSW. The winning resources are uploaded and can
be viewed on the MHCS website.

Rationale
To encourage good practice in multicultural health communication and to ensure that bilingual resources
are recognised, promoted and distributed. Resources are also placed on our website.

Eligibility
All staff who work in NSW Area Health Services/local health networks, NSW Health and NGOs funded by
NSW Health.

Entry Guidelines
Resources submitted need to be:
 • resources produced between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2010
 • of State wide relevance
 • available in English and at least one language other than English
 • developed incorporating elements of good practice including a needs assessment
 • translated by NAATI accredited translators
 • culturally appropriate
 • able to be added to the Multicultural Communication website (Audio/visual exempt)

Please read guidelines on website – use the following links:

http://www.mhcs.health.nsw.gov.au/policiesandguidelines/supportinfo/pdf/documents_to_website_guidelines.pdf
http://www.mhcs.health.nsw.gov.au/services/translation/pdf/guidelines.pdf
http://www.mhcs.health.nsw.gov.au/services/translation/pdf/steps.pdf

The resource could be a poster, brochure, patient information sheets, sign/symbol, educational material,
or an audio/visual resource. We are looking for the most useful resources!


                   APPLICATIONS CLOSE ON 29TH APRIL, 2011




NSW MHCS Bldg 41 Gladesville Hospital, Victoria Rd, Gladesville. Tel (02) 9816 0347 Fax (02) 9816 0302
Postal address: NSW MHCS, Bldg 41, Gladesville Hospital, LMB 5003, Gladesville, NSW 2111
Website: www.mhcs.health.nsw.gov.au Email: mhcs@sesiahs.health.nsw.gov.au
     Multicultural Communication Awards

                                                       APPLICATION FORM
    To be accepted in the Award program for 2011 application forms must be accompanied by a MS Word document containing the English text and pdf
    documents of the translations on disc or as email attachment.

         Use a separate form for each resource. If you need more space, attach a separate sheet

    1.    Unit/Centre/Department
    2.    Contact name                                                             Position
    3.    Health Service
    4.    Address
    5.    Phone                                                                    Fax
    6.    Email
    7.    Name of person/Dept/Service to appear on Certificate of Recognition


    8.    Name of Multilingual Health Resource


    9.    Date of production
    10. Language/s of the resource


    11. Was the resource translated by a NAATI accredited translator?                                                  Yes              No
    12. How was the need for the resource identified?


    13 How was/were the language/s selected?


    14. How will the resource be distributed/to whom?


    15. Steps taken in producing the resource


    16. Approximate cost of production                                                                                 $
    17. Does the resource exist in PDF format?                                                                         Yes              No
    18. Is a Word doc (PC version) of the resource available?                                                          Yes              No
    19. If the entry is an audio / visual resource, have you included or mailed to MHCS a CD. Noting that the
        recommended size for each audio/video file is 6Mb or 10 mins. using Quicktime (MOV) or Windows media
        player (wmv)                                                                      Yes        No



    Include MS Word document of resource in English and pdf document(s) for all translated languages on disc
    or email attachment

                             Additional application forms available on website:
         http://www.mhcs.health.nsw.gov.au/mhcs/award/pdf/2011_MHCS_Award_Application_Form.doc
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Award
Awards for each category will be presented for the Best Resource produced on a low cost budget below $5,000,
and the Best Resource produced from a budget of $5,000 or more, in each category. A certificate of Recognition
will be issued to all participants who comply with the entry guidelines. Categories for the 2011 Awards are:
                               1. Posters
                               2. Fact sheets/brochures
                               3. Audio Visual
For audio/visual resource entries, please mail a CD/DVD with your application. Recommended size for each
audio/visual file is 6Mb or 10min using Quicktime (MOV) or Windows media player (wmv)

Entry details and application deadline
Entries must reach Multicultural Health Communication by April 29th, 2011. Judging will take place in June 2011 and
the winner will be announced during the presentation of the awards as part of NSW Multicultural Health Week 2011.
To be eligible for this Award your application MUST BE ACCOMPANIED by the English text as a “MS-Word” document
and the translations as pdf documents. If you need help converting your documents into pdf format please call us or your
own ISD/IT Department. All entries that meet the criteria set out in the entry guidelines will be nominated for judging.
Please email your application to: chris.gollan@sesiahs.health.nsw.gov.au If this is not possible, hard copies will be
acceptable only if accompanied by CD ROM containing documents of the resources addressed to:
                                                 MHC Award 2011
                                       NSW Multicultural Health Communication
                                          Building 41, Gladesville Hospital
                                               Locked Mail Bag 5003
                                              Gladesville NSW 2111
         Additional application forms and Award information pack can be downloaded from the MHCS website
                              http://www.mhcs.health.nsw.gov.au/award/MHCSaward.asp

                     REMEMBER APPLICATIONS CLOSE ON THE 29TH APRIL, 2011

                   Multicultural Communication Award Winners, 2009
  Agency/ Organisation              Resource                      Languages
Sarafina Zubovic: Fairfield          “Frequently Asked Questions” –            Croatian and English
Multicultural Health Service:        Breastscreen NSW
SSWAHS                               Fact Sheet/Brochure
The Women’s, Children’s and Youth    “Having a Baby in Australia – We Speak    Arabic, Cantonese, Mandarin, Persian,
Health, Westmead Hospital and        Your Language” – 7 CDs                    Hindi, Tamil and Korean
SWAHS Multicultural Health Network   Audio / Visual
St George Hospital Cardiac           “Heart Matter: The Benefits of Cardiac    Cantonese and Mandarin
Rehabilitation Service               Rehabilitation”
                                     Audio / Visual
The Multicultural Access Project,    Communication Aid for Aged Day care       Arabic, Assyrian, Chinese, Croatian,
The SWAHS Multicultural Health       Services                                  Farsi/Persian, Filipino/Tagalog, French, Greek,
Network, Mt Druitt Community         Fact Sheet/Brochure                       Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Khmer,
                                                                               Korean, Lao, Macedonian, Maltese, Punjabi,
Health Centre and the Aged Day
                                                                               Pushto, Russian, Samoan, Serbian, Singhalese,
Care Service                                                                   Spanish, Tamil, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
                                                                               and English
Chinese Australian Tobacco and       “For Parents Who Smoke – Listen to what   Cantonese and Mandarin
Health Network                       your children say”
                                     Audio / Visual DVD
Arthritis Foundation of NSW          “What is Arthritis”                       Chinese and Greek
                                     Fact Sheet/Brochure


2010 National Multicultural Marketing Awards
The NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service (MHCS) has once again received recognition at the 2010
Community Relations Commission's National Multicultural Marketing Awards - this time for the unique and popular
Healthy and Tasty Challenge Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Recipe Competitions Campaign which
made it as finalist for the Advertising and Communication Category. MHCS was commissioned by the Australian
Better Health Initiative (ABHI) to support its national "Measure Up" Campaign. The Healthy and Tasty Challenge
CALD Recipe Competition was an innovative project that targeted 6 communities including the Chinese, Filipino,
Italian, Samoan, Sri Lankan and Tongan groups. It was a delicious way to promote healthy eating among
communities with a high risk of diabetes - a contest for the best recipes incorporating vegetables and fruit. The recipe
contests encouraged people from the communities to submit recipes from their culture using health food tips supplied
by MHCS and partner community organisations. The aim was to increase awareness of the '2 + 5' campaign - to eat
two serves of fruit and five serves of vegetables daily to reduce the risk of chronic disease.

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    New Publications on our Website
    Title                     Summary                                                    Languages
    DOH – 8730                A simple fact sheet that promotes the consumption of       Arabic, Chinese Traditional, Dinka, English,
    Eat more fruit and        the recommended number of serves of fruit and              Filipino, Hindi, Korean, Macedonian, Somali,
    vegetables                vegetables for children – includes what is a serve, tips   Spanish, Vietnamese
                              to get children to eat fruit and vegies and ways to
                              include these in meals and snacks.
    DOH – 8735                A simple fact sheet that promotes physical activity for    Arabic, Chinese Traditional, Dinka, English,
    Get active each day       toddlers and preschoolers. It provides guidelines and      Filipino, Hindi, Korean, Macedonian, Somali,
                              practical ways to get children more active more often.     Spanish, Vietnamese
    DOH – 8740                A simple fact sheet that promotes the consumption of       Arabic, Chinese Traditional, Dinka, English,
    Select healthier snacks   the healthy snacks for children - includes tips on         Filipino, Hindi, Korean, Macedonian, Somali,
                              making quick and easy healthy snacks that appeal to        Spanish, Vietnamese.
                              children
    BHC – 3055                Guide to the health benefits of water.                     Arabic, Chinese Traditional, Croatian, English,
    Are you drinking                                                                     Italian, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish,
    enough water?                                                                        Thai, Turkish, Vietnamese.
    OTH – 8705                Information about Diaphragms                               Arabic, Assyrian, Burmese, Chinese, Simplified,
    Diaphragms                                                                           Dinka, English, Farsi, Khmer, Korean, Lao,
                                                                                         Serbian, Swahili, Thai, Turkish , Vietnamese.
    OTH – 8695                Information about Depot Medroxyprogesterone                Arabic, Assyrian, Burmese, Chinese Simplified,
    The Contraceptive         Acetate (DMPA)                                             Dinka, English, Farsi, Khmer, Korean, Lao,
    Injection – DMPA                                                                     Serbian, Swahili, Thai, Turkish, Vietnamese.
    OTH – 8700                Information about The Copper IUD                           Arabic, Assyrian, Burmese, Chinese Simplified,
    The Copper IUD                                                                       Dinka, English, Farsi, Khmer, Korean, Lao,
                                                                                         Serbian, Swahili, Thai, Turkish, Vietnamese
    OTH – 8710                Information about how to use the male condom               Arabic, Assyrian, Burmese, Chinese Simplified,
    The Male Condom                                                                      Dinka, English, Farsi, Khmer, Korean, Lao,
                                                                                         Serbian, Swahili, Thai, Turkish, Vietnamese
    OTH – 8715                Information about The Minipill or Progestogen-Only         Arabic, Assyrian, Burmese, Chinese Simplified,
    The Minipill or           Pill (POP)                                                 Dinka, English, Farsi, Khmer, Korean, Lao,
    Progestogen-Only Pill                                                                Serbian, Swahili, Thai, Turkish, Vietnamese
    (POP)
    OTH – 8720                Information about The Vaginal Ring                         Arabic, Assyrian, Burmese, Chinese Simplified,
    The Vaginal Ring                                                                     Dinka, English, Farsi, Khmer, Korean, Lao,
    (NuvaRing)                                                                           Serbian, Swahili, Thai, Turkish, Vietnamese




                                                                                     Coming events:
                                                                                     Chinese New Year Festivals
                                                                                     Belmore Park, Sydney
                                                                                     29th & 30th January, 2011

                                                                                     Forest Rd, Hurstville, Sydney
                                                                                     28th January, 2011

                                                                                     TET Vietnamese New Year Festival
                                                                                     Fairfield Showground
                                                                                     5th & 6th February, 2011



                                                                                    Deadline for next edition: 26th Feb, 2011
                                                                                    Polyglot is published by NSW Multicultural
                                                                                    Health Communication. Articles for
                                                                                    inclusion in the next issue can be sent to
                                                                                    Cecilia George, NSWMHCS, LMB 5003,
                                                                                    Gladesville, NSW 2111, or email:
                                                                                    cecilia.george@sesiahs.health.nsw.gov.au




                  NSW MHCS Bldg 41 Gladesville Hospital, Victoria Rd, Gladesville. Tel (02) 9816 0347 Fax (02) 9816 0302
                  Postal address: NSW MHCS, Bldg 41, Gladesville Hospital, LMB 5003, Gladesville, NSW 2111
                  Website: www.mhcs.health.nsw.gov.au Email: mhcs@sesiahs.health.nsw.gov.au
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