Enhancing CALD Cultural Competence

Cultural diversity in the New Zealand population is growing leading to increasing cross cultural interactions between clinicians and patients and between employees.

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CALD refers to culturally and linguistically diverse groups who are migrants and refugees from Asian, Middle Eastern, Latin American and African (MELAA) backgrounds.

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  • Dec 2019

    Cross Cultural Interest Group, Evening Seminar: “What is Frailty? & Living with Dementia” [25 February 2020]

    The Cross Cultural Interest Group [CCIG] is pleased to announce an additional evening session in February 2020 jointly presented by Dr Gary Cheung, Senior Lecturer in Psychiatry & Community Old Age Psychiatrist and Dr Adrian Martinez-Ruiz, Old Age Pscyhiatrist (Mexico), PhD Student (University of Auckland) hosted by eCALD® Services and...

  • Dec 2019

    Resources on palliative care in multiple languages

    The Palliative Outcomes Initiative (POI) Community of Care – Auckland’s Specialist Hospices is an Auckland wide approach to primary palliative care. The project team has been producing resources on palliative care in multiple languages for access by primary health sector including general practices and aged residential facilities.

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