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Male-Friendly Practices

UnitingCare Burnside

UnitingCare Burnside: Checklist For Organisations Working With Men

Although produced in 2004, this useful guide by Andrew King and Ross Fletcher offers useful advice for organisations wishing to improve their ability to work with men.

The Pilot Project Booklet On Positive Images Of Men's Health

Shine SA: Positive Images Of Men's Health Pilot Project

This resource was developed in response to the need identified that migrant, refugee and CALD men had little understanding of services available or how they could access them.

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.

Bringing In The Blokes Book

LinkWest: Bringing In The Blokes: A Guide to Attracting And Involving Men

What are the strategies best used to attract men into community and neighbourhood centres? This booklet produced by Learning Centre Link and the Western Australian Government Department For Community Development outlines ideas on how to better engage with men.

Older Men in HACC Setting

Western Sydney University: Engaging Older Men In Home and Community Care

This project uncovered some of the reasons why fewer older men made use of Home and Community Care (HACC) services relative to women.

Men and Doctors

Andrology Australia: Engaging Men In Primary Care Settings

This helpful guide compiled by Andrology Australia with support from BeyondBlue and the Freemasons Centre for Men's Health presents common questions and responses to issues of engaging men in General Practice.

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.

Is Your Service GBLTI Friendly?

ACON: Engaging Gay Men Into Health Services

This factsheet from ACON provides information for services to promote a culture that welcomes and respects GBLTI people.


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