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  The report identified several barriers that often work to prevent men from making use of services...   It is common for services to run community projects with good intentions only to find that more females than males make use of the services provided. This leads to ...
http://mengage.org.au/Work-Effectively/Engaging-Men-In-Health/Big-Lottery-E
ngaging-Men-In-Your-Project
7/19/2012 11:22:47 AM
Good Practices To Engage Males In Health Services The challenge of getting men engaged with health programs and services is not new. One of the most commonly asked questions people ask when they start a male health program is usually 'how do you get men to come along?' These...
http://mengage.org.au/Work-Effectively/Engaging-Men-In-Health 11/18/2011 11:30:45 AM
Introduction Although this website is made by Aboriginal men for Aboriginal dads it applies to all new dads. Becoming a dad can be a wonderful experience but it also has its challenges. Life changes after having a baby, and it is important to try to find a healthy balance be...
http://mengage.org.au/Life-Stages/Becoming-A-Father/University-of-Newcastle
--Stayin--On-Track
11/10/2015 9:50:53 AM
Overview  A US Department of Education study found that among children living with both biological parents, those with highly involved fathers were 42 percent more likely to earn As and 33 percent less likely to be held back a year in school than children whose dads had l...
http://mengage.org.au/Life-Stages/Becoming-A-Father/American-Enterprise-Ins
titute--Dad-and-the-diploma
7/18/2014 12:31:58 PM
  85 per cent of drivers involved in fatal speeding crashes are males...   Young drivers are over represented in fatal speeding crashes. Of all speeding drivers involved in fatal crashes between 2002 and 2006, 34 per cent were aged 17-24 years of age although they acco...
http://mengage.org.au/Behaviours/Road-Safety/Young-Men-and-The-Pinkie-Campa
ign
9/11/2012 12:14:36 PM
Introduction The social determinants of health approach has been applied to many populations but, strangely, not often to men’s health. Two exceptions are Professor John J. Macdonald's Australian National Male Health Policy and his 2006 article in the Australian Medical Jo...
http://mengage.org.au/Social-Factors/Social-Determinants-of-Health/Making-s
ocial-determinants-of-health-matter
8/7/2015 4:08:07 PM
Introduction There is strong evidence to support that men's self-identity often comes from paid employment. If men feel valued at work and the work they do is fulfilling or if they are forced to retire early, retirement may be detrimental to their health. When men leave the ...
http://mengage.org.au/Life-Stages/Retirement/Health-After-The-Workplace 10/6/2015 10:12:26 AM
Introduction According to social researcher and demographer Mark McCrindle, there are nearly 4.6 million dads in Australia and the number of stay-at-home dads are on the increase with approximately 144,000 stay-at-home dads with dependent children in Australia in 2012 ( McCr...
http://mengage.org.au/Life-Stages/Becoming-A-Father/Boston-College-The-New-
Dad-Right-At-Home
9/22/2015 4:22:28 PM
 

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