New Zealand

CALD Resources
The CALD website is intended to be the single platform for health practitioners looking to access resources and online courses that supports and enables cultural and language appropriate interactions with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) patients.

Refugee and Migrant Health, University of Otago
Health needs of refugee and migrant populations relevant to primary care practice. Health issues confronting health professionals working in developing countries

Training Packages

Our Lunchbox Planner - Training Guide and Resource
A fun activity that helps parents and children work together to make healthy lunchboxes - designed for refugee and migrant communities or those with limited English skills, but can be used by anyone.

Keeping Warm in Winter - Flip Chart and Facilitators Guide
A visual interactive resource to familiarise English as a Second Language (ESOL) speakers with how to keep warm and well in winter.


Post graduate certificate of Disaster and Refugee Health, James Cook University, Queensland, Australia
This course combines core subjects and options which meet the needs of disaster and refugee health practitioners working in Australia and overseas.

Foundation House-Learning and Professional Development, Victoria, Australia
Foundation House regularly holds professional development and information sessions for a range of professionals, including nursing, GP and other health workers plus welfare workers and teachers. Outreach and custom-designed professional development is also available by arrangement. Modules and seminar series cover a wide range of topics, reflecting the emerging professional development needs and concerns of workers.


Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
The Centre's teaching programme is designed to support and develop the next generation of scholars and thinkers, as well as to foster a culture of critical reflection within the wider humanitarian community.

A global leader in the development of understanding of forced migration, RSC conducts research, including policy relevant studies on the causes and consequences of forced migration. RCS provides a range of study and learning opportunities for students, academics, policy makers and practitioners. The centre also has several publication and networking projects.


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