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Applying the teach-back tool - Medical Observer
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Medical & health articles pdf 485 KB 14 May 2018

In this ‘Talking Women’ article for Medical Observer, senior research fellow Alison Beauchamp, discusses the method ‘teach-back’ to improve the health outcomes of a consultation.

Family Planning Alliance Australia
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External Links 10 April 2014

Yarning about PCOS
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Booklets pdf 4 MB 01 June 2017

This booklet is essential reading for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who wish to better understand a condition that may affect them, their daughters or the women in their community. It is also a vital resource for health professionals, such as GP’s, diabetes educators, nurses, dietitians, health workers, endocrinologists, gynaecologists, etc. to provide to their clients.

Yarning about contraception
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Fact sheets pdf 635 KB 11 April 2014

Yarning about menopause
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Fact sheets pdf 671 KB 11 April 2014

Yarning about parenthood and your bub
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Booklets pdf 5 MB 30 October 2015

In this booklet you will read about common experiences of first time parents in the first six months of parenthood, and some helpful ways of thinking about and managing them.

Yarning about periods (menstrual cycle)
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Fact sheets pdf 569 KB 11 April 2014

Yarning about planning a baby
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Fact sheets pdf 666 KB 11 April 2014

Yarning about problems getting pregnant
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Fact sheets pdf 544 KB 11 April 2014

Women’s health across cultures - Health Professional webinar
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Webinar 1.5 hours 04 July 2017

This webinar discusses working with women from multicultural and multifaith backgrounds and includes strategies to enhance your practice.

Yarning about periods (menstrual cycle) - video
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Videos 15 August 2013

Learn about what happens inside a woman’s body during a menstrual cycle. This video uses easy-to-understand language to explain this complex, and sometimes confusing topic.

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