Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander males
Andrology Australia’s latest free active learning module (ALM) aims to provide knowledge, skills and communication strategies to assist all health professionals to better engage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men in the primary health care setting.
A recent research paper assessed young Indigenous Australian men's lifestyle and societal systems that shape their healthy eating and physical activity.
Cultural awareness and cultural safety training are vital for non-Indigenous health professionals to effectively deliver services to Indigenous people.
A new book reveals a silence around the sexual and reproductive health of Indigenous men.
Andrology Australia has developed "Engaging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men in primary care settings," a Clinical Summary Guide for health professionals, which details strategies for health services and encourages cultural competency training.
Making medical consultations "culturally safe" could improve conversations about sexual health between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men and health professionals.
The Rural Health Channel is currently broadcasting our Men's Health DVD "A lot of Aboriginal men sort of keep it to themselves" in segments.
Mick talks about his work as an Aboriginal Health Worker
PhD scholarship from Andrology Australia to an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student to undertake male health research.