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There is a growing body of research that demonstrates the importance of developing environments within health services that demonstrate a readiness to welcome and engage with males. Within different contexts, the things that services should do will differ but generally they ...
http://www.mengage.org.au/Work-Effectively/Engaging-Men-In-Health/Promoting
-Mens-Health-In-General-Practice
2/12/2013 12:15:14 PM
  The report provides a useful guide with a self-evaluation checklist...   Many organisations are looking to improve their ability work with men as fathers, with varying levels of success. This report offers an incisive summary of an effective approach towards buildin...
http://www.mengage.org.au/Work-Effectively/Father-Inclusive-Practice/Checkl
ist-For-Organisations-Working-With-Men
9/5/2012 3:47:19 PM
  The program trains volunteers from all age groups to provide health information to members of the veteran and ex-service community....   The Men's Health Peer Education (MHPE) program was funded as part of the supplementary package of support provided by the Australi...
http://www.mengage.org.au/Work-Effectively/Effective-Male-Health-Promotion/
Veterans-Mens-Health-Peer-Education
7/11/2012 5:00:07 PM
This review assessed the effectiveness of programmes seeking to engage men and boys in achieving gender equality and equity in health and was driven by the following questions What is the evidence on the effectiveness of programmes engaging men and boys in sexual and ...
http://www.mengage.org.au/Social-Factors/Health-Equity-Inequality/Engaging-
Males-In-Changing-Health-Inequities
9/24/2012 10:08:28 PM
  Men need time and space to formulate responses to personal questions...   An important aspect of improving men's health from a social perspective is to improve the ability of medical services to take into account circumstances in a man's life that may influence hea...
http://www.mengage.org.au/Work-Effectively/Communication-With-Men/Pre-Appoi
ntment-Men-s-Health-Checklist
12/22/2011 12:02:42 PM
  Are there any differences in the way women and/or men use your service?...   Although released in 2003, this document is still a useful checklist for planners and managers of health services who wish to encourage a culture of equity for both genders within their serv...
http://www.mengage.org.au/Social-Factors/Health-Equity-Inequality/Gender-Eq
uity-In-Health
8/14/2012 2:51:59 PM
  The health of Australian males can be improved through a strong partnership between patient, doctor and other health care professionals...   Men’s health attitudes and behaviours, and health outcomes, are the result of a complex interaction of factors including ag...
http://www.mengage.org.au/Work-Effectively/Accessible-Health-Care/Making-Yo
ur-Practice-Men-Friendly
8/9/2012 10:05:19 AM
  115 programs reviewed to uncover what works for adolescent males...   This factsheet and results report contains links to 115 programs evaluated as being effective in different areas for males. It is therefore a useful starting point for evlauation of the kinds of pr...
http://www.mengage.org.au/Life-Stages/Adolescence/Child-Trends--What-Works-
For-Male-Adolescents
9/6/2012 2:15:34 PM
Social Integration For many men, their primary challenge is to work out how to fit into a new culture and society. As Australia welcomes more immigrants or farewells its own to overseas work and living, understanding how men create social connections, access employment, navig...
http://www.mengage.org.au/Social-Factors/Social-Integration 7/11/2012 3:29:58 PM
Effective Methods Of Male Health Promotion Exactly what parts of health promotion work with men and boys? There are specific practices that encourage men to be involved in health programs and specific actions that will discourage them. So how do you know which ones work? The...
http://www.mengage.org.au/Work-Effectively/Effective-Male-Health-Promotion 11/18/2011 11:31:13 AM
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