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Engaging Men In Health

Guide to engaging men

Big Lottery Fund: Engaging Men In Your Project: A Good Practice Guide

BIG Lottery funds a wide range of programs and projects that are open to all but many of these attract fewer men than women, despite the fact that some of these projects deal with issues that tend to affect men more acutely. These resources offer practical and easy to implement ideas for services to reach out and improve their engagement with men and boys for good causes.

State of Victoria: Engaging Men In Healthcare - Practice And Policy Guide

This guide has been created to assist health services to improve their engagement with men, support policy makers and health service providers to respond more effectively to men's health needs. It can be used by small to large organisations and is intended for people involved in the management and delivery of health services and programs, health policymakers and organisations that are involved in health related work, such as local councils.

Building On Your Strengths

Reachout: Building On Your Strengths

Many young men are increasingly concerned about body image and some are perhaps taking the goals of building muscle and physical fitness to extremes. Reachout offers these resources to develop more balanced approaches based on personal 'strengths'.

Andrology Australia

Andrology Australia: Barriers and Enablers to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Access to Health Care

This guide identifies barriers to health service use for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and provides recommendations for improved access to health services. It also includes health promotion activities to encourage health service participation.

Men's Health Week Australia

MHIRC: Men's Health Week Australia

Men's Health Week is an annual campaign aimed to raise public awareness of men and boys health nationally and internationally. It aims to improve the delivery of health and wellbeing services to men and boys, as well as increasing men's awareness of their own health, wellbeing and relationship options.

Participant in the Everton in the Community Men's Health Project

Everton Football Club: Men's Health Checks

Over 120,000 men in the UK die prematurely every year. Male life expectancy in Liverpool is the third lowest in England with 46.3% of men in Liverpool classified as overweight.

Older Men in HACC Setting

Western Sydney University: Engaging Older Men In Home and Community Care

This project uncovered some of the reasons why fewer older men made use of Home and Community Care (HACC) services relative to women.

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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