Translated Information

A range of translated brochures and information which may be useful for CALD patients/clients and their families from Asian, Middle Eastern, Latin American and African backgrounds.

Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to source and ensure that the information provided in this section is correct at the date of posting on the website. Waitemata DHB and the site editors do not accept any responsibility for information which is incorrect or out of date.

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National Cervical Screening programme

Ministry of Health NZ

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Nerve Damage - Neuropathy

Waitemata DHB

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New Zealand ShakeOut Resources in Multiple Languages

The Ministry of Civil Defence has published a range of resources in multiple languages providing information on how to be prepared and be ready for a disaster such as earthquakes on the New Zealand ShakeOut website.

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Newborn Hearing Screening Resources

The National Screening Unit has translated resources for the following in Chinese, Korean and Hindi languages:

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Nutrition Fact Sheet - Fat

ADHB

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Nutrition Fact Sheet - Fibre

ADHB

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Nutrition Fact Sheet - Salt

ADHB

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NZ Health System [Podcast videos and Factsheets] in multiple languages

Podcast videos and factsheets about the New Zealand Health System are produced by Waitemata and Auckland DHBs for newcomers or new migrants.

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Osteoarthritis

Arthritis NZ

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Palliative Care Resources in Multiple Languages

Palliative Outcome Initiative (POI) is an Auckland wide approach to primary palliative care. They have produced a range of patient resources in multiple languages and available on their patient resources webpage.

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Physical Activity and Type 2 Diabetes

Waitemata DHB

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Plunket Website has Resources in Multiple Languages

This website provides translated resources about Plunket services, about breastfeeding, screening, immunisation, parenting, vaccination, nutrition information for family caring for a new born in Chinese, Hindi, Korean and Japanese languages.