The Australian Men’s Health Forum and the University of Sydney Technology are partnering to run a focus group on men’s health next week and are seeking 12 participants.
The focus group, at the high tech Moore Park Precinct – home of the Rugby Union – will explore a range of issues about staying fit and healthy.
This Men's Focus group led by researchers from UTS will asks participants to share thoughts on what motivates them, what interests them and what challenges they face when it comes to staying happy and healthy.
The team leading this event have previously developed some great men's health programs in Canada such HATTRICK a free 12-week program that connects guys to their favourite hockey team as they improve fitness, weight and stress levels.
This enjoyable evening will give blokes taking part an opportunity to meet the team and work with us to improve men's health, by simply coming along and spending an enjoyable evening at Moore Park.
Along with some as enjoy some free food and drink to keep you going during the event, everyone who attends is invited to join AMHF's CEO, Glen Poole for some "post-match analysis" over a drink in a nearby watering hole.