Training and Education
As a group young men are reluctant to seek help for health issues, especially those of a mental or emotional nature. There have been calls for improved services to support young men’s mental health and well-being. The attitudes, beliefs and … Continue reading
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.
Nurses, doctors and other health professionals looking to complete some accredited professional education over the summer 'holidays' can take free online Men's Health courses at Andrology Australia eLearning.
A free symposium “Improving Men’s Health – Research Horizons in Andrology” is being held at Monash Medical Centre, Clayton on Saturday 28 November, from 8.30am to 5.30pm. The 2015 Monash University-Justus Liebig University International Research Training Group Men’s Health Symposium … Continue reading
Each year Foundation 49 holds a highly informative Men's Health Symposium for GPs and the 2015 Symposium is shaping up to be the best yet.
Dr Norman Swan facilitates a live panel discussion prostate health for the Rural Health Education Foundation.
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.
PhD scholarship from Andrology Australia to an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student to undertake male health research.
As part of International Men’s Health Week 2013, the Department of Health Victoria is running a free lunchtime seminar entitled “Improving service responses for men: why and how”, which will consider how programs and services can help make men more aware of their health, more engaged in preventive health programs, and more likely to seek help for health problems.
NPS MedicineWise is launching a new educational program on preventive activities in general practice. The program, which primarily focuses on healthy people aged 40–49, builds on the work NPS MedicineWise has undertaken in the area of medical tests since 2009, … Continue reading