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International Men's Health Week celebrates its 30th anniversary this year and takes place from Monday, June 10, to Sunday, June 16, 2024. This year, our focus is on Men's Health Checks.

Men's Health Week is a great opportunity for organisations, workplaces, and communities to focus on some of the different ways we can keep men and boys healthier. One way you can do this is by taking advantage of our free Know Your Man Facts toolkits on a range of men's health topics, such as Men's Mental Health, Men's Heart Health, Exercise + Men's Health, and Mateship + Men's Health. Our latest Know Your Man Facts toolkit on Men's Health Checks, explains how health checks can save lives, and which ones men should have at different life stages.
The purpose of these toolkits is to equip people with the tools they need to share important men's health information. The toolkits include ready-made presentations and speaker notes, as well as infographics that can be printed and shared on social networks. Learn more about the Know Your Man Facts campaign on our website. 
We have also compiled a top 10 list of Men's Health Week activities around Australia, but check out the events section of our website for more. If you have a specific Men's Health Week event to showcase, you can upload it to our website or contact [email protected] for help.
The Australian Men's Health Forum is hosting lunchtime talks each day at 12pm AEST starting on 10 June when Olympic Gold Medal Swimmer Duncan Armstrong OAM delivers the first of five daily Men's Health Check-Ins. These free online events take place at noon AEST and cover a range of topics:
  • Moving More
  • Helping Mates
  • Sleeping Better
  • Getting Checked
  • Drinking Less

Register now at the Men’s Health Connected website.

For more ideas about celebrating Men's Health Week 2024, visit the Centre for Male Health, which leads in promoting Men's Health Week in Australia and chooses a different theme to focus on each year.
This year Healthy Male and Western Sydney University is championing ‘Good Health Heroes’ in a new campaign that promotes a number of healthy habits men can consider adopting in order to increase their overall health across three key categories: Physical, mental and emotional.
The campaign has been developed with support from men’s health organisations, including the Australian Men’s Health Forum.

Brought to life with fun animations, the Healthy Heroes characters build their best healthy self incrementally through small behaviour changes.

Supporters of men’s health can help spread the message by using the hashtag #healthhero and sharing a Health Hero infographic, or posting one of their own photos or videos to show how they are a health hero.

Learn more

To find out more about what's happening internationally during Men's Health Week, visit the Global Action for Men's Health website.


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