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Health Literacy for CALD Women: Research Outline

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This research outline focuses on the need for health literacy programs for CALD women on mental health, barriers to accessing mental health literacy, effective programs in Australia and other countries, and funding submission for suitable programs. The report aims to fill the gap in health literacy programs for CALD women and add to research on the topic.

Health Literacy for CALD Women: Research Outline

The internship report focuses on managing spontaneous volunteers in disaster relief, specifically in the context of Australian Red Cross Emergency Services. The report includes sections on research methods, individual and community recovery, ideas for moving forward, and the role of governments in volunteer management. The report aims to improve the perception and management of spontaneous volunteering during emergencies.

   Added on 2023-06-09

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Running head: HEALTH LITERACY FOR CALD WOMEN
HEALTH LITERACY FOR CALD WOMEN
RESEARCH OUTLINE
Name of the student:
Name of the University:
Author note:
Health Literacy for CALD Women: Research Outline_1
1HEALTH LITERACY FOR CALD WOMEN
Research Outline:
Research question(s) What specific question(s) will
your research address?
i) Why health literacy program for
the CaLD women on mental health
is needed?
ii) What are the barriers that restrict
the CaLD women to access health
literacy for mental health?
iii) What are the appropriate health
literacy programs for the CaLD
women on mental health in
Australia?
iv) What are the effective health
literacy program in other
countries?
Introduction to the research topic Research topic main points:
Need of health literacy for CaLD women
on mental health
i) Information about elements of
health system.
ii) Access health service
iii) Avail timely care and maintain
well-being1.
Health Literacy for CALD Women: Research Outline_2
2HEALTH LITERACY FOR CALD WOMEN
Barriers in accessing mental health literacy
for CaLD women
i) Poverty
ii) Lack of education
iii) Social deprivation
iv) Gender inequality
v) Misconception about mental
health2.
Successful health literacy program on
mental health
i) Rural Australian Mental Health
Literacy: Identifying and
Addressing their Knowledge and
Attitudes.
Evaluation of successful health literacy
programs on mental health.
Comparison of mental health literacy
program with other countries.
Funding submission of suitable health
literacy program for CaLD women on
1 Hosking, Sarah M., Sharon L. Brennan-Olsen, Alison Beauchamp, Rachelle Buchbinder, Lana J. Williams, and Julie
A. Pasco. "Health literacy in a population-based sample of Australian women: a cross-sectional profile of the Geelong
Osteoporosis Study." BMC public health 18, no. 1 (2018): 876.
2 Wohler, Yvonne, and Jaya AR Dantas. "Barriers accessing mental health services among culturally and linguistically
diverse (CALD) immigrant women in Australia: policy implications." Journal of immigrant and minority health 19, no. 3
(2017): 697-701.
Health Literacy for CALD Women: Research Outline_3
3HEALTH LITERACY FOR CALD WOMEN
mental health.
Rationale/need for research:
Why is your host interested in this
topic?
Why it is important?
What gap is it filling? What is it
adding to research on this topic?
Host Interest Main Points
ii) The poor health status of CaLD
women affect the overall health
status of the Australian population.
iii) Due to lack of knowledge women
are unable to access adequate
health service in this population.
iv) Increase in the health inequality.
v) Contributing factors such as
substance abuse, domestic violence
and education3.
Why it is important?
i) Death rate of CaLD women has
increased to 55.8%4.
ii) The main reason behind such
health status is the lack of
knowledge.
iii) It has been found that there is lack
of health literacy program based on
women only.
iv) It would help the CaLD women in
3Issel, L. Michele, and Rebecca Wells. Health program planning and evaluation. Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2017.
4Minas, Harry, Ritsuko Kakuma, Lay San Too, Hamza Vayani, Sharon Orapeleng, Rita Prasad-Ildes, Greg Turner,
Nicholas Procter, and Daryl Oehm. "Mental health research and evaluation in multicultural Australia: developing a
culture of inclusion." International journal of mental health systems 7, no. 1 (2013): 23.
Health Literacy for CALD Women: Research Outline_4

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