Guide for Health Services

These four guides have been developed to help health services and practitioners better understand how and why a male-specific approach towards men and boys health is recommended.

The guides are useful if you are looking to reach out to local men and boys more effectively in a health and community-orientated way.

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Practitioners’ Guide to Effective Men’s Health Messaging

This guide outlines how the design of health promotion programs should be based on research evidence that explores the complexity of links between men, masculinity and health, and be tailored to the respective audience.

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Practitioners’ Guide to Men and Mental Health

This guide takes a mental health promotion, population health and systems approach to men’s mental health. Mental health promotion seeks to positively influence determinants of mental health through effective interventions.

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Practitioners’ Guide to Men and Their Roles as Fathers

This guide is primarily focused on engaging fathers in community services, health contexts and programs who otherwise are often less involved for a wide variety of reasons. It has been written to support health professionals to engage with the fathers in the family context.

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Practitioners’ Guide to Accessible Health Care for Men

This guide is intended to assist those working in health services where males are one of their client groups or the main client group. The information and tools in this guide will assist in improving men and boys’ access to services.

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Western Sydney UniversityMen's Health Week 

CHAMPIONING MALE HEALTH Brought to you by the 
Centre for Male Health

The Centre for Male Health
received funding from the Australian Government.

Centre for Male Health
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