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HALT sticker campaign reaches workers having a crap day

In the spirit of reaching men in places that men like to frequent, Hope Assistance Local Tradies has launched a sticker campaign on the back of portable toilets.

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Chew the Fat BBQ roadshow

Save Our Mates is back with a six-stop Chew the Fat BBQ social roadshow for blokes in country South Australia.

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Driving health and wellbeing workshops on the road to Gundagai

The not-for-profit Healthy Heads in Trucks & Sheds Foundation (HHTS) is going on the road in March with a mental outreach health program delivered out of a DAF LF medium rigid truck.

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New survey launched - how has COVID impacted men?

The Australian Men’s Health Forum recently held a series of focus groups with practitioners and volunteers who work directly with men, to help us understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health and wellbeing of men and boys.

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Work with men? Tell us your COVID stories!

The Australian Men’s Health Forum is undertaking research on the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the mental health and wellbeing of men and boys in Australia.

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New book on men’s mental health calls for reform of the health system

Leading men's health researcher Dr Rob Whitley from McGill University in Montreal has released a new book which addresses the gap in literature focused on men's mental health.

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OzHelp outlines six priorities for helping blokes in high-risk male suicide industries

A new end-of-year report released by the OzHelp Foundation called It’s tough out there highlights evidence that workers in male-dominated, high-risk industries remain at a higher risk of mental health issues and suicide.

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Boys Do Cry campaign

Boys Do Cry is the message surrounding a powerful campaign which launched this week to address men’s mental health and further break down stereotypes that prevent men from seeking help.

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Behind Men's Health: MANTLE

How do men's counselling services differ from those offered to women? 

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Know Your Man Facts for International Men’s Day 2021

Know Your Man Facts is a toolkit series developed by the Australian Men’s Health Forum to bring greater awareness to critical issues facing blokes.

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