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Men's Health Resource Kit 1: Practitioners’ Guide to Accessible Health Care for Men

MHIRC: Resource Kit 1: 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.

Man at the General Practitioner's Office

University of Adelaide: What Do We Know About Men’s Help-Seeking & Health Service Use?

This paper sheds some valuable insight into the patterns of behaviour of men and their families using services. The paper reveals that men approach health services with a distinctly different approach to that of women and that in some cases, services are not fully equipped to provide for the needs of men in comparison to women.

Men's Health Services

Men's Health Services: Making Your Practice Men Friendly

This article is reproduced from the South-Eastern News from September 2011. It describes a proven approach to making general practice accessible to men.

Men's Health Forum

Men's Health Forum UK: Best Practice Guide - How Male Health Can Be Enhanced Through Community Pharmacies

This project was funded in 2007 to understand what works and why in encouraging men to make better use of pharmacies and identify potential barriers to better health for men.


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