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Our Associates

Andrology Australia operates a unique collaborative program on men’s health by drawing on the expertise of leading health and education experts from across the country.

Expert advisors

Our panel of external expert advisors, comprising approximately 70 key experts, continues to support the objectives of Andrology Australia by providing advice on the key issues relating to community and professional education and research together with the review of educational material developed by Andrology Australia.

Affiliate program

An affiliate program was established in response to outcomes from the inaugural Andrology Australia Advisory Forum (May 2007) and review of the programs organisational structure. The program aims to recognise those individuals who commit their time and expertise to the program with a range of benefits for their involvement.

Working groups

Working groups are established to assist with the implementation of some of Andrology Australia’s activities by designing, developing and initiating a program of activity consistent with the Andrology Australia objectives. Members of working groups, which include Andrology Australia representatives, represent individuals from across Australia with expertise in the specific project area.

Several working groups exist to assist with the development of specific project activities:

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Male Health Reference Group
To discuss the impact of male reproductive disorders on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and determine areas of priority to improve the education and awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander male health.
Andrology Training Working Group
To coordinate the development of a formalised professional Andrology Training program.
Australian Medical Curriculum on Men’s Health Working Group
To provide an effective organisational process to assist with the development of a national medical curriculum framework that comprehensively addresses men’s health needs across life. In addition, the working group will bring together a core consortium of medical schools across Australia to ensure the consultation process and curriculum development is effective.
Culturally And Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Reference Group
To provide advice about the key information and education needs of men from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds and health professionals supporting such men.
Editorial Committee
To advise on the current evidence base and/or best practice regarding male reproductive health disorders and associated physical, emotional and social issues, identify priority areas in male health education that reflect professional and/or community need, and coordinate expert review of Andrology Australia publications.
Male Fertility Project Working Group
To undertake a study to explore the fertility knowledge, health literacy and help-seeking choices relating to fertility/fertility preservation.
National GP Reference Group
To review the content of clinical guidelines and online education modules being developed by Andrology Australia to ensure their application and relevance to general practice.
Practice Nurse Education Reference Group
To provide advice and input into the development of education and training relevant to the education needs of practice nurses, with the aim of developing an education program that meets practice nurse needs and preferred methods of education.
Research Advisory Group
To develop a research agenda that would broadly investigate men’s health, with particular focus on reproductive health and well being.

Andrology Australia thanks and acknowledges the support and involvement of all our associates for their significant contribution and input into the program.

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