Trademutt, a social enterprise workwear brand launched in 2018 by Daniel Allen and Edward Ross after losing a close mate to suicide, has been named winner of the Queensland Men’s Health Awards.Read more
If men can’t, won’t or don’t see a doctor, nurse or medical practitioner for the multiple reasons that may hold them back, a purpose built caravan is covering many kilometres in remote and rural NSW to make sure health specialists can see them.Read more
A New York medical centre has launch a sports-themed waiting-room to make its service more "male friendly" in a move that the media have described as the "bro-ification of health".Read more
Jonny Lee Shuttleworth's impetus for starting the men’s group ‘Coffee 4 Blokes’ last August at Coffs Harbour developed after his mentor left town for Armidale, NSW, and took with him the highly valued ‘Blah Blah Blah Coffee for Blokes.’Read more
The Australian Men’s Health Forum has a proud history of championing those who do great work to improve the lives and health of men and boys.Read more
Albury GP Rebecca McGowan has taken the concept of a male-friendly health service to the next level by developing a program that connects with blokes in a popular social setting – the local pub.Read more
The power of football and the community feeling it invokes continues to be a source of inspiration in developing mental health and wellbeing programs for men.Read more
For the past twenty years or more, the men’s health sector in Australia and around the world has been advocating for more male-friendly services.
One of our central claims as a sector is that men care about their health and will get help when we place more focus on the ways that we give help.
This concept is now being recognised in Africa with experts saying there is an urgent need to tackle institutional “blindness to men’s health” and address the fact that men have a have a greater burden of nearly all major diseases.Read more
An Aboriginal men’s group in Airds, NSW, is helping to improve men’s health by making the local health services more accessible.Read more
A national male health screening program has seen 5,000 men referred for potentially life-saving surgery in the UK. The AAA program screens for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm, a condition that kills 1,670 men a year.
The program has been so successful that it has the highest take-up rate of any national screening program, proof that men do care about their health and are willing to access help when “the system” targets men effectively and offers help.Read more