The Men’s Health Connected online gathering concludes on Friday 14 May with a focus on work to improve the lives and health of diverse populations of men.Read more
The Federal Government has allocated $700,000 funding to support the roll out of the National Men’s Health Strategy. The grants aim to support innovative approaches to trialling and evaluating men’s health promotion with a focus on improving health literacy, reducing risk and improving health and wellbeing within priority population groups.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
Men are more likely to face sex and gender discrimination when applying for jobs than women, according to a US study of 3,000 job applicants.Read more
The health sector should acknowledge the needs of separated dads, writes CEO of Parents Beyond Breakup, Pete Nicholls.
Fatherhood is one of the key life experiences that shapes men’s health. In general, being a dad is good for our health, but being a “dad in distress” can put men’s health at risk. Knowing this, I was disappointed to learn that the new National Men’s Health Strategy places so little focus on the importance of fatherhood.Read more
The Government has published its Draft National Men's Health Strategy and you have until Monday 5th November 2018 to make sure you have your say. If you want to help create a healthier future for men and boys in Australia, then make your voice heard by making time to repsond to the Government consultation on its draft strategy.Read more