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Putting dads in the picture for Father’s Day 2021

A growing body of qualitative research and practice is shining a light on how to better support dads through parenthood.

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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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Unpacking the challenges of working with priority populations of men

The final day of Men’s Health Connected 2021 on Friday 14 May exposed some of the more confronting, uplifting and heart-wrenching issues facing men’s health and the work being done with specific populations of men.

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