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From our inception, we have focused on reducing health inequity for the multicultural population.

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World Wellness Group 10th Birthday Webinar Series

After ten years of providing health services to multicultural communities and chipping away at the systemic barriers that create health inequity, we would like to share some our learnings with you. Join one or all of our free webinars this November.

Click here to register for all webinars or you can register for individual webinars below.

Webinar 1 - Systems Effect Mapping with Multicultural Communities

8 November 2021 – 13:00 to 14:00 (AEST)

 

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Nera Komaric (Co-founder and Board Director - World Wellness Group)
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Dr Luke Craven (Creator of Systems Effects Mapping methodology)

Webinar 2 - Multicultural Connect Line: Learning from the Set Up and Delivery of an Innovative Telehealth Service

15 November 2021 – 13:00 to 14:00 (AEST)

 

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Presented By

Sameera
Sameera Suleman (Team Leader, Multicultural Connect Line)

Webinar 3 - Social Impact Measurement in Multicultural Health

22 November 2021 – 13:00 to 14:00 (AEST)

 

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Presented By

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Marina Chand (Co-Founder & Board Director - World Wellness Group)
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Conor McGarrity (Director, Risk Insights)

Webinar 4 - Multicultural Lived Experience - How Is It Different?

29 November 2021 – 13:00 to 14:00 (AEST)

 

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Rita Prasad-Ildes (Co-Founder & Managing Director - World Wellness Group)
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Sharon Were (Multicultural Peer Engagement Coordinator)

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Definitions

noun
  1. Social justice means the rights of all people in the community are considered in a fair and equitable manner. It upholds the view that everyone deserves equal rights and opportunities, including the right to good health. A focus on social justice aims to reduce the health inequities which are avoidable, unnecessary and unjust.

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  1. There are significant differences in rates of death and disease, life expectancy, self perceived health, health behaviours, health risk factors and health service utilisation (Public Health Association of Australia, 2008). These ‘health inequities’ are associated with differences in education, occupation, income, employment status, rurality, Aboriginality and gender.

    Health inequity refers to the unjust differences  in health that are preventable and unnecessary.    Health inequities are systematic differences in health that could be avoided and are regarded as unnecessary and unjust.

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  1. Wellness is a modern concept with ancient roots. Tenets of wellness (the idea that physical, mental and spiritual health work in harmony) have their origins in ancient healing and medical traditions that date back thousands of years.  Ancient cultures of Africa, India, China, Greece, Rome and Pacific Islands Nations (among others) had sophisticated ways of understanding health and staying healthy emphasising the whole person. Today wellness is regarded as a multi-dimensional integration of all the components of life that allow us to pursue our goals and growth.

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