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Connecting men through exercise: Beyond the Barbell

The Australian Men’s Health Forum presents the third instalment of our summer series on health initiatives that help men stay connected through exercise.

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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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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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How to get men moving in a male-friendly way

Mal Fraser has worked with Atherton Men’s Shed as a community health nurse for several years, mingling with the fellas in the tropical north Queensland Tablelands and discussing their health issues in an informal way.

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Ex-prisoners facing limited post-release housing options

According to a recent 2021 report from Corrective Services Australia, 42,633 prisoners were in custody from the March Quarter.

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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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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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Indigenous Male Health Research project in running for award

An innovative research project that counters negative stereotypes about young Indigenous men has been shortlisted for a 2019 NT Men’s Health Award.

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Men are mentors in program for adolescent boys about healthy relationships and sexuality

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license. By Caroline Claussen, University of Calgary.

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Strong Dads Strong Futures study engages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island men in parenting research

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men have rarely rated a mention within discussions of parenting; their roles and responsibilities largely neglected or ignored.

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