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Dept of Veterans' Affairs Men's Health Peer Education

Men's Health Peer Education: Men's Social Connectedness

This issue of the Men's Health Peer Education (MHPE) stresses the importance of social connectedness and its benefits to men's health and wellbeing.

Beyond Blue: Men's Social Connectedness

Men may find it difficult to maintain social connections throughout their middle years (30 -65 years). This research aims to increase understanding for how men perceive and experience social connectedness, identify the tools that will assist men to develop stronger ties and what causes them to lose their social connections.

 

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