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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.

Men's Health Checks - HDHS

HDHS: Pre-Appointment Men's Health Checklist

This very useful checklist was produced by the Hawkesbury District Health Service as a series of prompts prior to medical appointments.

Building On Your Strengths

Reachout: Building On Your Strengths

Many young men are increasingly concerned about body image and some are perhaps taking the goals of building muscle and physical fitness to extremes. Reachout offers these resources to develop more balanced approaches based on personal 'strengths'.

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.

MHIRC's 2010 Report

Western Sydney University: Pathways to Despair: The Social Determinants of Male Suicide

In 2010, the Men's Health Information and Resource Centre was commissioned to investigate the causes and factors behind male suicides on the NSW Central Coast. This report uncovers the stories from survivors and families of men who took their own lives.

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Suicide Prevention Australia: Position Paper On Alcohol, Drugs and Suicide Prevention

This document is Suicide Prevention Australia's position on the interaction between drugs, alcohol and suicide. It is acknowledged that the presence of alcohol and drugs can heighten the likelihood of suicide or suicidal feelings.

Andrew King

Groupwork Solutions: Making Father-Inclusive Practice Happen

Andrew King is a consultant trainer and program developer in group work, working with men and strengths based practice. This page draws together his work and insights into how services can adopt father-inclusive actions to better engage with fathers and 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's Health Resource Kit 3: Practitioners’ Guide to Men and Their Roles as Fathers

MHIRC: Resource Kit 3: Practitioners’ Guide to Men and Their Roles as Fathers

This guide is primarily focused on engaging fathers in community services, health contexts and programs who otherwise are often less involved for a wide variety of reasons. It has been written to support health professionals to engage with the fathers in the family context.

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Suicide Prevention Australia: Position Paper On Suicide In Rural Australia

Despite rising rates of suicide, it is only relatively recently that interest has been directed towards the relationship between suicide and geographical location. As a consequence, several studies have demonstrated that notable differences exist between urban-rural suicide rates.

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