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Free online lunchtime talks for Men’s Health Week

The Australian Men’s Health Forum invites men to join its free Men’s Health Check-Ins during Men’s Health Week, which officially starts on 10 June 2024.

The series of online lunchtime talks focuses on key health topics: Moving More, Helping Mates, Sleeping Better, Getting Checked and Drinking Less.

Each session starts at 12pm and runs for one hour, AEST.


Check-in #1 on 10 June, presented by Duncan Armstrong OAM, Olympic Gold Medallist and Manager from Exercise & Sports Science Australia, will delve into why exercise is the best medicine for men’s health, offering practical tips for active men to maintain their health. Register

Check-in #2 on 11 June, presented by Jonathan Bedloe from Men’s Resources Tasmania, will show how to use the  How to Help a Mate Doing It Tough guide to help a mate struggling. Register

Check-in #3 on 12 June presented by Alexander Sweetman, Senior Program Manager, Australasian Sleep Association, who examines what good sleep looks like, the impact of sleep disturbance on men’s health, and how to tackle sleep problems. Register

Check-in #4 on 13 June, presented by Glen Poole, CEO of the Australian Men’s Health Forum, looks at the benefits of health checks for men and shares information on the checks available to men at different ages and stages. Register

Check-in #5 on 14 June, presented by Jessica Taylor, a psychotherapist and Program Supervisor, FoundoBlue, explores the links between substance use and mental health issues, with a particular focus on the impact on men’s health. Register


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