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Language Resources"USCIS offers a comprehensive guide containing practical information to help immigrants settle into everyday life in the United States, as well as basic civics information that introduces new immigrants to the U.S. system of government." A guide to navigating the U.S. health care system can be found on pages 44-46. Arabic
Chinese
English
French
Haitian Creole
Korean
Portuguese
Russian
Spanish
Tagalog
Vietnamese
¿Qué Significa ser Padres? (What Does It Mean To Be Parents?)"An educational tool that offers valuable parenting information for first-time parents and grandparents alike." English
Spanish
A written and pictorial guide to Spanish phrases frequently uses during a mass distribution of medication.A written and pictorial guide to Spanish phrases frequently uses during a mass distribution of medication. English
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality: Información en EspañolPublications in Spanish on different health topics (such as Planning Surgery, Getting Medical Tests, Quitting Smoking, and more) and recommendations from the U.S. Preventive Services Taskforce. Spanish
Asian Pacific Islander Cancer Education Materials Tool A Web portal that catalogs cancer education materials in Asian and Pacific Islander languages and allows searches by cancer type, language, word/phrase, agency or topic. Cambodian
Chamorro
Chinese
English
Hmong
Korean
Kosraean
Samoan
Thai
Vietnamese
Yapese
Bright Futures for FamiliesFamily pocket guide in English and Spanish Spanish
CLAS Early Childhood Research InstituteTranslated materials concerning early childhood development such as the Bilingual Health and Developmental History Questionnaire [Spanish]. Spanish
Community-Based Participatory Health ResearchSpanish version of materials on CPBR. This website consists of valuable information in regard to those working in community settings with culturally and linguistically diverse populations. Spanish
Conviviendo con el Cáncer de SenoComprehensive breast cancer website that provides Spanish-language resources for Latinas and their families. Spanish
Emergency Multilingual PhrasebookThe Emergency Multilingual phrasebook, produced and updated by the British Red Cross Society with advice and funding from the Department of Health and endorsed by the British Association for Emergency Medicine (BAEM) is translated into 36 languages. It covers the most common medical questions and terms to help first contact staff communicate with patients who do not speak English and make an initial assessment while an interpreter is contacted. English
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Spanish Web Portal Hispanic environmental health page with fact sheets on pesticides, asthma, mold, carbon monoxide, and more. Spanish
ETHNO NEEDSPatient education audio resources for blind or low literacy patient populations. Audio recordings were done by the Utah Office of Health Disparities and used with permission. Each audio recording has a corresponding English document to accompany it. English
Ethnomed Patient Education ResourcesHealth information on a number of health topic areas, such as blood, cancer, coughs/colds, diabetes, radiology, smoking, and TB in many of the less common languages. Amharic
Cambodian
Chinese
Spanish
Oromo
Somali
Tagalog
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