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"Survival Cards use a life systems approach to support change in people's lives...." Survival Cards are symbolised as:   Cards with blue borders: Restrictive Solutions ( negative coping strategies ) Cards with green borders: Enabling Solutions ( positive cop...
2/14/2012 11:20:44 AM
Introduction Research conducted by Young and Well CRC in 2012 and 2013 revealed that young men experiencing moderate to high levels of psychological distress are more likely to open up about their issues on the Internet, and the majority of those who did found it helpful. Ac...
7/10/2015 2:39:34 PM
Men living in regional and remote Australia face a different set of health challenges to urban men. This 2010 report provides a profile of this population of men and outlines the health challenges they face. Major Issues Faced By Regional and Rural Men This population gener...
10/4/2012 12:41:14 PM
It is important to understand the prevalence of cancers among males as death from cancer is the next most pressing cause after cardiovascular disease. On every measure, proportionally more males than females are affected by cancer and rates of certain cancers are increasing ...
12/13/2012 9:09:56 AM
  A key component of this global initiative has been the support for introducing prostate cancer outcomes registries to monitor patient-reported outcomes and patterns of care.   This report collates and evaluates patient-reported and clinical outcomes, and patterns of ...
8/9/2017 9:20:46 AM
Introduction This document explains what the World Health Organization means by the social determinants of health. They refer to the factors which either keep people in life or threaten their health. In some ways they are common sense: for example, we all know that being poo...
6/11/2015 2:10:23 PM

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