- Build the heath system’s capacity to make health services and information 'male friendly' so that all men have equitable access to the best possible health care available.
- Reduce the incidence of cancer among men by improving cancer care and information and by encouraging men to have regular check ups, self screen and lead healthier lives.
- Support more effective approaches to health promotion information and campaigns for obesity, smoking, excessive drinking and unsafe sexual behaviour.
- Promote actions to support and increase the resilience of men during especially stressful points of transition across the life course; and
- Increase the participation of men in programs and activities designed to prepare them for being a father and to encourage them to take an active and positive role in parenting.
Men's Health Information & Resource Centre
Prof John MacdonaldWestern Sydney University
Locked Bag 1797 Penrith, NSW 2751