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Engaging Health Services to Engage Men and Boys

MENGAGE is about finding and profiling the many resources available to promote a social determinants approach to male health and wellbeing. Learn more about successful ideas, concepts and programs for better health outcomes tomorrow.

Are Unemployment And Suicide Linked?

There has been little connection made between unemployment and suicide deaths in males, a factor that overlooks the importance of employment in male health and identity. This research offers evidence that unemployment influences suicide...

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Engaging Indigenous Men In Primary Care Settings

Andrology Australia: Engaging Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Men In Primary Care Settings.It is well recognised that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men are the most disadvantaged population group in Australia in terms of...

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World Health Organisation's Men's Health Strategy

It is good to see that the World Health Organisation is encouraging us to take men's health seriously. As Peter Baker, Director of Global Action on Men's Health says in this article on the WHO initiative: Both the report and the strategy are...

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Situational Approach to Suicide Prevention -Monthly Bulletin

Welcome to the first edition of our Situational Approach to Suicide Prevention Bulletin. MHIRC is part of a growing movement promoting a different way of thinking and acting to slow the alarming rate of suicide. The increase in...

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