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Call for males to take part in Buoy Project’s male suicide prevention study

The Buoy Project is a $5.6 million study of male suicide prevention led by Professor Jane Pirkis, Director, Centre for Mental Health at the University of Melbourne.

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Men’s Resources Tasmania seeks funding for male-focused health programs

Men’s Resources Tasmania will hold a special vigil on the lawns of Parliament House from 7pm on August 23, calling on the Tasmanian Government to fund a multi-faceted campaign addressing male suicide prevention and to improve male health outcomes in the state. 

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Black Dog Institute asks for men’s help in calling for help

The Black Dog Institute is calling on men to share their experiences of accessing mental health services.

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Men’s Health Week 2021 forges deeper connections

Men’s Health Week 2021, from 10-14 May, saw widespread and diverse promotion of men’s health issues in Australia.

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AMHF publishes '10-step guide' to developing male-friendly services

International best practice tells us that one of the key ways to improve men's access to healthcare is by developing male-friendly services. This was acknowledged in Australia’s first National Male Health Policy, which called on all health professionals to “make their practices more male-friendly.”

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With men in mind: Pete Shmigel on Male Suicide Prevention

Sometimes, the obvious just gets overlooked.

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Celebrating dads: reaching Aboriginal fathers out west

Meet James Smith, a program coordinator for the Moree Aboriginal Fathers’ Program, which supports the needs of Aboriginal fathers and their extended families.

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Aboriginal men's group helps close health gap

An Aboriginal men’s group in Airds, NSW, is helping to improve men’s health by making the local health services more accessible.

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