WHFS has 40 years of experience in working with vulnerable women and their families and we would like to share our expertise with you. Our workshops provide professional, evidence based information as well as practical strategies and resources for you and your organisation. Our workshops cover a range of issues and can be delivered face-to-face (our site or yours), online modules and regional/rural (also through videoconferencing). For further information please contact us at email@example.com.
This workshop is offered by request to organisations or individuals that are looking at preparing health and social service information for translation into community languages. The workshop is ideal for professionals who want to understand when you should translate information and the steps you need to prepare your information prior to translation. Cost available upon request.
Facilitator: Dr Susan Lee, Womens Health & Family Services
Dr Susan Lee holds a post-graduate diploma in Health Promotion, a Master in Public Health and a Professional Doctorate in International Health. Dr. Lee has worked for the past 27 years in health promotion with vulnerable groups of women including migrant and refugee women, Aboriginal women, women who have mental health and/ or alcohol and other drug issues and women who have experienced domestic violence. She has also worked extensively with service providers to build their capacity to work more effectively with these groups. Dr Lee has published nationally and internationally on different aspects of working with vulnerable population groups.
Dr Lee’s current professional interests focus on cross cultural evaluation techniques, migrant and refugee maternal health in Australia, and the role of adult education in improving women’s lives and health status. Dr Lee was honoured in 2013 with the Individual Excellence Award, WA Multicultural Community Service Awards. This award was in recognition of her outstanding contribution, achievements, commitment, and vision to help strengthen WA’s rich and dynamic multicultural community.
If you are interested in this or any other WHFS training, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for upcoming dates.
This walking tour is the perfect opportunity to visit key community based alcohol and other drug and mental health services, meet their staff, and find out about their programs. Get to know what kind of services and programs each of these agencies provides to people in the community.
The walking tour would be useful for service providers working with clients from migrant and refugee backgrounds as well as community leaders of migrant and refugee groups. Students welcome.
So come along with your walking shoes and hat for a walk with us on a sunny afternoon!
The walking tour starts and finishes at Women’s Health and Family Services 227 Newcastle Street, Northbridge