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Pages tagged "Male Suicide"

New guide helps men to help a mate

A new guide published for International Men's Day 2022 will make it easier for men to have conversations with mates who are doing it tough.

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No Stress M8 toolbox launched to address mental ill-health in the workplace

A new suite of tools aimed at improving workers’ mental health and well-being in the manufacturing sector targets those who are most likely to have an impact in the workplace: supervisors.

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5 New Facts About Male Suicide in Australia

The Australian Bureau of Statistics has released its annual Causes of Death report giving us up-to-date information on the number of men who die each year from different causes.

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Death by suicide continues to maintain high ranking for males: ABS 2021 data released

New data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics this week shows that male suicide continues to rate highly as a leading and preventable cause of death in males.

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New report calls for action on male suicide in Tasmania

Charity leaders are calling for urgent action to prevent male suicide as new research reveals that Tasmanian men have the highest rate of suicide in Australia.

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Men’s Lived Experience Network Gaining Momentum

The National Men’s Lived Experience of Suicide Network, first conceived in 2021, is beginning to gain momentum after a successful meeting in July and with two more sessions lined up before the end of 2022. 

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Time to ask men, R U OK?

R U OK? Day 2022 takes place on Thursday 8 September and it’s a great opportunity to reach out to the men in our lives and ask ‘are you okay?’

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World Suicide Prevention Day, what's your role?

Saturday, September 10 is World Suicide Prevention Day and Suicide Prevention Australia (SPA) is encouraging everyone to get involved. 

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Is it time Tasmania had a male suicide prevention plan?

The Department of Health in Tasmania has begun consultations on the development of the next Tasmanian Suicide Prevention Strategy, which will set out its priorities for preventing suicide over the next five years.

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New website for blokes doing it tough

A new website providing links and resources for men at risk of suicide was launched by the New South Wales Minister for Mental Health, Bronnie Taylor, at Parliament House in Sydney today.

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