Translated Resources

We all deserve to feel confident and comfortable in our skin.  Finding the best possible treatment and support can help you to live well with a chronic skin, hair and nail condition.

Welcome to our Translated resources hub where you can find information on accessing care and support for skin, hair and nail conditions in your language. We will continue to grow the number of translated resources. 

Caring for the Skin You’re In podcasts

Hear from dermatologists from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds on the impact of skin, hair and nail conditions and how to access reliable information, help and support. 

These podcasts were developed as part of Speak My Language (Disability) program, funded by the Commonwealth Department of Social Services and proudly delivered by Ethnic Communities Council of NSW as the lead agency in partnership with all State and Territory Ethnic and Multicultural Communities Councils across Australia.

Dr Parisa Arianejad – Persian


مراقبت از پوست شما در

with Dr Parisa Arianejad

Dr Rose Mak – Cantonese



with Dr Rose Mak

Dr Shelley Hwang – Korean


당신이있는 피부를 돌보는 것

with Dr Shelley Hwang

Dr Pablo Fernandez – Spanish


Cuidando la piel en la que te encuentras

with Dr Pablo Fernández-Peñas

Dr Selim Ozluer – Turkish


İçinde Bulunduğunuz Cildin Bakımı

with Dr Selim Ozluer

Caring for the Skin You’re In
with Dr Jo-Ann See

Talking to your doctor

Good communication between you and your healthcare provider, including asking any questions you may have, is important. 

The Choosing Wisely Australia 5 questions to ask your doctor or healthcare provider are available in more than 30 community languages.

More information

Visit our Help, helps resource hub for more information on accessing care for skin, hair and nail conditions, patient support groups, finding support for your mental health and wellbeing, tips on talking to your doctor and preparing for your medical appointments.

About these resources

The Caring for the Skin You’re In podcasts were launched as part of College’s 2022 World Skin Health Day campaign.