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AIHMS: A Situational Approach To Male Health Literacy

AIHMS: A 'Situational Approach' To Male Health Literacy

The situational approach to mental health literacy is chiefly concerned with the broad spectrum of difficult and challenging life events and human experiences across the lifespan, and how these can be responded to in the most effective way to promote quality of life for individuals, as well as enhancing their capacity to meaningfully participate in and contribute to human community.

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 physical well-being. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men have higher death rates, and are more likely to die at much younger ages from circulatory disease than the general population (AIHW, 2012), and they often have poor access to effective health services.(AIHW)

Is Your Service GBLTI Friendly?

ACON: Engaging Gay Men Into Health Services

This factsheet from ACON provides information for services to promote a culture that welcomes and respects GBLTI people.

 

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