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Translated presentations

Download our translated educational presentations. These resources are for health professionals, educators, social workers and community leaders to help deliver health information to women and girls in-language.

The resources are for a general audience with limited health literacy. We've used plain language, so they are practical and easy to understand.

Health checks presentation

This presentation includes:

  • tips on how to stay healthy throughout life
  • description of various health checks
  • recommendations for specific health checks at different ages and life stages.

The presentation is available as a Powerpoint and also an accessible (tagged) flipbook.




Delivering the presentations

The presentations can be downloaded in PowerPoint format free of charge. The time required to deliver a presentation depends on the topic and the needs of the audience.

The presentations are designed to be delivered by educators, preferably with some prior knowledge of women’s health. We recommend that you review the slide content and facilitator notes before the session. Facilitator notes are intended as a guide, and you can choose how much information you present depending on your audience.

When delivering the presentations, it is important to create a safe space for women and girls to learn, ask questions, and share concerns, free from shame, stigma and judgement.

Health resources to support sessions

To reinforce learning, we recommend providing topic-related resources to participants during sessions. We also provide translated videos, translated fact sheets and Easy Read fact sheets on a range of women's health topics in languages other than English.


We welcome all feedback and suggestions on how to improve these resources. We’d also like to hear about your experience using the presentations and facilitating the sessions. Send your feedback to [email protected].

Jean Hailes for Women's Health gratefully acknowledges the support of the Hugh D.T. Williamson Foundation in producing the Karen and Vietnamese resources.