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  Unemployed males are around 4.6 times more likely to take their own lives than employed males, lending evidence that there is significant correlation between unemployment rates and suicide mortality in males.   Introduction We have always pointed out the importance ...
http://mengage.org.au/Social-Factors/Employment-Work/Unemployment-And-Suici
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-In-Australian-Males
1/13/2015 3:04:28 PM
The LIFE Framework is a National Suicide Prevention Strategy project managed by Crisis Support Services on behalf of the Department of Health and Ageing. The project aims to improve access to suicide and self-harm prevention activities in Australia through the promotion of th...
http://mengage.org.au/Behaviours/Suicide/Evidence-On-Suicide-And-Men 9/12/2012 1:33:19 PM
  Suicide kills six men a day in Australia. It is the leading killer of men and boys under 45 and claims more lives than road traffic accidents...   Key organisations at Federal and state level are committed to halving the suicide rate in Australia within a decade. The...
http://mengage.org.au/Behaviours/Suicide/AMHF-Need-For-Male-Friendly-Approa
ches-to-Suicide
3/8/2017 11:27:03 AM
Around 2000 Australians per year die by suicide, and many of them are from the farming community. This new online intervention from beyondblue and Movember can help eliminate the stigma around suicide and reduce the number of suicides on farms. The Ripple effect is a way to ...
http://mengage.org.au/Behaviours/Suicide/Beyondblue--The-Ripple-Effect 8/24/2016 10:45:39 AM
  Deaths due to suicide significantly exceed fatalities from motor vehicle accidents and homicides combined.   Mengage is delighted to draw attention to this new initiative on the important issue of male mental health and suicide prevention. The number of male suicide...
http://mengage.org.au/Behaviours/Suicide/AIMHS-Menswatch-Promoting-Male-Men
tal-Health
9/6/2016 11:06:11 AM
  Initiatives that encourage a reduction in stigma and an increase in help-seeking, remain central to minimising the risk of suicide...   One of the most common myths perpetuated about suicide is that all people who take their own lives have a mental illness.  This pap...
http://mengage.org.au/Conditions/Mental-Health/Suicide-Prevention-Position-
On-Male-Suicide
8/10/2012 11:52:34 AM
Introduction In England and Wales suicide is the leading cause of death in men aged 20-49. In 2012 in Australia 75% of suicides were male, making suicide the 10th leading cause of death (ABS 2012). A lot of effort is being made in Australia to reduce the number of male suic...
http://mengage.org.au/Conditions/Mental-Health/Telegraph-Psychologists-Shou
ld-Lead-The-Way
7/7/2015 10:35:15 AM
A Review Of Male Deaths By Suicide Suicide is perhaps the most gendered health issue with a proportion of around four males for every female. The issues and contexts of suicide are complex and it is a product of many factors which makes it a difficult problem to address. The...
http://mengage.org.au/Behaviours/Suicide 11/18/2011 11:48:04 AM
  Improved mental health literacy, accessibility of services and resources, and coordinated initiatives that encourage help-seeking remain central to minimising the risk of suicide...   An important part of addressing male suicide is to have a clear and consistent defi...
http://mengage.org.au/Behaviours/Suicide/Position-Paper-On-Rural-Suicide 8/10/2012 10:07:12 AM
The Australian Men's Health Forum (AMHF) states that in order to improve the alarming state of male health the National Male Health Policy 2010 (NMHP) needs to be endorsed and funded by Government. Policy, practice and funding is crucial for the improvement of men's health in...
http://mengage.org.au/Communities/Population-Reviews/AMHF-Male-Health-In-Au
stralia-A-Call-For-Action
9/12/2016 9:03:07 AM
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