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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
Life expectancy for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men is on average 11 years shorter, and they suffer worse health outcomes than Non-Indigenous men. MENGAGE fully supports the work of John Ashfield, PhD improving efforts in suicide prevention for Aboriginal and Torre...
http://mengage.org.au/Behaviours/Suicide/John-Ashfield-PhD-Preventing-Suici
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11/16/2016 10:32:53 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
  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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1/13/2015 3:04:28 PM
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
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
Middle age is often reported as a time of particular stress for men (and women). The combination of rising stresses imposed by dynamics around careers, family, personal life experiences and many other factors can contribute to a feeling of being 'stuck by your choices' - too ...
http://mengage.org.au/Behaviours/Suicide/Men-Suicide-Society-Why-Men-Suicid
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11/19/2012 2:19:22 PM
    The project aimed to promote positive mental health among young men and to assess the efficacy of these approaches...   Suicide of young males has always been an issue in Ireland and like many countries, a disproportionate number of young males suicide compare...
http://mengage.org.au/Behaviours/Suicide/Young-Men-And-Suicide-Report-Irela
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2/12/2013 10:18:59 AM
Drug Abuse Drug abuse is a male health issue when it intersects with violence, suicide or other issues that are routinely experienced by males. Where resources are available that provide information on this linkage, they provide a useful basis for practitioners to understand ...
http://mengage.org.au/Behaviours/Drug-Abuse 11/18/2011 11:47:33 AM
  Males born overseas generally enjoy better health than other males, with fewer risk factors and lower overall mortality and hospitalisations...   Summary   This report is the second in a series on the health of Australia’s males. It examines the distinct health pro...
http://mengage.org.au/Communities/Population-Reviews/The-Health-Of-Australi
a-Males-Report-2012
8/13/2012 10:48:53 AM
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