Men's Health Awards 2021 Research

We are announcing the shortlists for the 2021 National Men’s Health Awards throughout Men's Health Week, starting June 14, 2021. Today we announce the 10 nominees in the Best Contribution to Men’s Health Research category.

Australia is a leading contributor to the global body of literature on men’s health issues. This year we want to celebrate some of the academics behind that research. We’re seeking nominations in three areas: early career researchers whose work in men’s health shows great promise; singular pieces of research that have made a significant contribution to men’s health; academics who have undertaken a significant body of men’s health research over a number of years. 

You are invited to vote on these shortlisted nominees and our panel of judges will take the public vote into account when making their final decisions, to be announced before the end of June.

Dr Tess Bartlett (New Zealand)

Dr Kootsy Canuto, SAHMR (SA)

Dr Vaughan Cruickshank, University of Tasmania (TAS)

Professor (Adjunct), Dr Barry Golding AM Federation University (VIC)

Dr Neil Hall, University of Western Sydney (NSW)

Dr Kylie King, Monash University (VIC)

Joanne Lawrence-Bourne, Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health (NSW)

Dr Jacqui Macdonald, Deakin University (VIC)

Professor James Smith, Menzies School of Health Research (NT)

Michael Wilson BA (Hons), Orygen (VIC)

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Who should win the 2021 best Contribution to Men's Health Research?

Write the name of the nominee you want to vote for below.


    answered 2021-06-17 17:46:15 +1000
    Q: Who should win the 2021 best Contribution to Men's Health Research?
    A: Jacqui McDonald
    answered 2021-06-17 16:42:33 +1000
    Q: Who should win the 2021 best Contribution to Men's Health Research?
    A: Dr Tess Bartlett
    answered 2021-06-17 15:54:31 +1000
    Q: Who should win the 2021 best Contribution to Men's Health Research?
    A: Joanne Lawrence-Bourne, Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health
    answered 2021-06-17 15:26:37 +1000
    Q: Who should win the 2021 best Contribution to Men's Health Research?
    A: Michael Wilson
    answered 2021-06-17 14:38:02 +1000
    Q: Who should win the 2021 best Contribution to Men's Health Research?
    A: Dr Tess Bartlett
    answered 2021-06-17 14:02:06 +1000
    Q: Who should win the 2021 best Contribution to Men's Health Research?
    A: Dr Jacqui Macdonald, Deakin University (VIC)
    answered 2021-06-17 13:55:41 +1000
    Q: Who should win the 2021 best Contribution to Men's Health Research?
    A: Michael Wilson
    answered 2021-06-17 12:35:24 +1000
    Q: Who should win the 2021 best Contribution to Men's Health Research?
    A: Kylie King

    So many years championing male suicide
    answered 2021-06-17 12:34:10 +1000
    Q: Who should win the 2021 best Contribution to Men's Health Research?
    A: Dr Tess Bartlett
    answered 2021-06-17 10:26:07 +1000
    Q: Who should win the 2021 best Contribution to Men's Health Research?
    A: Michael Wilson
    answered 2021-06-17 10:04:19 +1000
    Q: Who should win the 2021 best Contribution to Men's Health Research?
    A: Dr Tess Bartlett (NZ)
    published Men's Health Awards 2021 Research 2021-06-17 07:01:46 +1000