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National Men’s Health Gathering 2020 postponed

The National Men’s Health Gathering 2020, scheduled to be held in Melbourne in May, has been postponed in response to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic.

The Australian Men’s Health Forum is committed to creating a healthier future for everyone and with this in mind, postponing the event is the right decision to take for our attendees, the event staff and the general public.

2020 is the 25th anniversary of the first National Men’s Health Conference that was held in Melbourne in 1995. The 2020 Gathering incorporates the 13th National Men’s Health Conference and the 10th Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Male Health Convention.

As with previous events, the Gathering provides an opportunity for educators, academics, professional support staff, families & community to come together to collaborate, share knowledge, network and learn together. 

As the National Men’s Health Gathering is just one of any events that are being disrupted, we may take a little time to reschedule the event. We will be announcing more information on the new dates for the Gathering as soon as we can.

Once dates are confirmed, all delegates and sponsors will be offered the option to transfer their booking or receive a refund.    



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