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Men's Health Connected 2022 - Save the Date

The Men's Health Connected online gathering is back for a third year running and you can register your intention to take part now. 

Launched in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic in June 2020, Men's Health Connected is a free online conference that connects people who are working to improve the lives and health of men and boys.

The event takes place over 5 days from Monday May 16 to Friday 20 May. To register your interest in attending this year's event and to receive updates on the program, visit the Men's Health Connected website.

Men's Health Connected builds on the spirit of the National Men's Health Gatherings held between 1995 and 2018, which have been put on hold since the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic.

While nothing can ever fully replace the experience of meeting face-to-face, Men's Health Connected has been keeping the men's health sector connected over the past two years and has enabled a broader range of participants to access this important event.

Nine out of 10 people who attend Men's Health Connected say it is a valuable event that is relevant to their work. 95% say the event is valuable because it raises awareness of men's health issues and 94% says it is valuable because it showcases effective ways of working with men and boys.

Some of the topics that will be featured at this year's event include:

  • Are we getting better? Reviewing the State of Men's Health in 2022

  • Getting men moving - using exercise to improve men's physical, mental and social health

  • Hearing men's stories - strengthening the role of men's lived experience, male consumer voices and men's health advocates

  • Men and COVID-19 - what has the pandemic taught us about gender and health 

To make sure you don't miss out on the latest updates about the speakers, topics and sessions featured at this year's event, register your interest today at: 

Full videos of past sessions are available on our You Tube channel.


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