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Addressing the issue of suicide is a complex and detailed challenge.  This research project investigated the factors and backgrounds behind a group of male suicides on the Central Coast of New South Wales up to 2010. It revealed that the individuals' decisions to end their ...
http://mengage.org.au/Behaviours/Suicide/The-Social-Determinants-Of-Male-Su
icide
7/18/2012 4:38:40 PM
  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 two deadliest industries are transport and construction, recording only male deaths. "Looking across all fatalities, the male worker fatality rate is 18 times greater than that of female workers", says spokeswoman Michelle Hutchison for the website LifeInsuranceFinder.co...
http://mengage.org.au/Social-Factors/Employment-Work/SMH-How-To-Die-At-Work
-Be-Male
10/30/2014 11:14:47 AM
  One factor recognised by service providers is that some men may be managing quite well by their own estimation....   This study is about older men who are physically frail or have a disability, and their access to home and community care (HACC) services in NSW. The ...
http://mengage.org.au/Work-Effectively/Effective-Aged-Care-For-Men/Engaging
-Older-Men-In-Home-and-Community-Care
7/10/2012 5:12:58 PM
Summary   If we are to understand suicide in men we must acknowledge the psycho-biological and cultural realities and demands on men’s lives   Nearly 80 per cent of all suicides in Australia are men (1,816 of 2,361 in 2010). Suicide is the cause of deat...
http://mengage.org.au/Behaviours/Suicide/AIMHS-Suicide-Fact-Sheet 7/18/2014 10:30:52 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
Introduction Research shows that boys tend to achieve a poorer academic performance in reading and writing than girls at school nationally and internationally. Boys are also less likely than girls to finish high school (Year 12) education, or go on to university. (ABS 2006...
http://mengage.org.au/Social-Factors/Education/Learning-Partnership--Engagi
ng-Boys-Education
10/20/2015 11:56:43 AM
Ante-Natal, Birth and Post-Natal Health This section is awaiting content. You can help us by submitting your programs and resources about better ways to work in this topic. Australian Bureau Of Statistics Data on perinatal death rates in Australia  2001-2009.
http://mengage.org.au/Life-Stages/Ante-Natal-Birth-Post-Natal 7/11/2012 3:05:26 PM
There is a growing body of research that demonstrates the importance of developing environments within health services that demonstrate a readiness to welcome and engage with males. Within different contexts, the things that services should do will differ but generally they ...
http://mengage.org.au/Work-Effectively/Engaging-Men-In-Health/Promoting-Men
s-Health-In-General-Practice
2/12/2013 12:15:14 PM
About SAMSN Survivors & Mates Support Network (SAMSN) was founded in 2010 by a small group of male survivors of child sexual assault. SAMSN provides support groups and workshops for male survivors of childhood sexual abuse and their families. Surviving Childhood Sexual Abus...
http://mengage.org.au/Behaviours/Sexual-Abuse/SAMSN-Living-Well-A-Guide-For
-Men
4/23/2015 9:51:57 AM
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