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Know Your Man Facts is our on-going campaign to give people the information they need to take action to improve men's health. 

Each KYMF toolkit includes an easy-to-use presentation you can share in groups, in the workplace or at community events.

Our KYMF toolkits also include infographics and social media tiles with information on how to spot a health issue, how to take action to improve your own health and how to help a mate.

If you would like to access one of our KYMF presentations, please click into one of the panels below.

If you have trouble downloading the information, contact [email protected]

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HOW TO HELP A MATE DOING IT TOUGH

If a mate was struggling to lift a few boxes, you would probably want to give him a hand. It’s the same when a mate is struggling with life, we want to help him, but we don’t always know how.

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MATESHIP + MEN'S HEALTH

The official Know Your Man Facts Presentation with Speaker Notes
Mateship Infographic Poster
10 Social Media Tiles

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TALKING ABOUT MEN

Provides factual, easy-to-digest information about men’s health and some easy-to-follow tips and conversation starters on how men and boys can improve their own lives. 

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MEN’S HEART HEALTH

Focuses on the number one killer of men in Australia, heart disease. It includes 10 #KYMF graphics and an Infographic that can be printed out and placed in your workplace or community centre.

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MEN’S MENTAL HEALTH

Focuses on men’s mental health. Why is this so important? Because 1 in 2 men will experience a mental health disorder in their lifetime and suicide is the leading cause of death for males under the age of 55 in Australia. This talk comes with interactive speaker notes and 32 slides that can be tailored to the requirements of those conducting the Men's Mental Health talk.

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