Entries in Events: Physical Health (8)


Prostate Cancer Fun Day - Tuncurry (NSW) - Fathers Day


Fathers Day - Sunday 7th September 2014, 10am to 2pm

Bring Dad out on his special day and celebrate life to the fullest with lots of free entertainment for the whole family every 30 minutes !

Bring a chair- bring a rug- bring the whole family and stay for the fantastic draw at 2pm of over $4,000 in prizes. Prizes must be won on the day plus if the lucky person who wins first prize is on site we will throw in an extra $200 seafood voucher for use at either Tuncurry or Taree fishermans co operative!

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Men's Health Week, June 10 to 16 2013 - Helping health services to help men and boys


Men's Health Week is different from many health promotion campaigns. Often you'll see campaigns that aim to shock, scare, compel or otherwise encourage people in the community to do 'more of this and less of that'.

We think that there is a real opportunity through Men's Health Week to empower people on the frontline of health to work with and reach out to local men and boys and find out what can they can mutually achieve to live more healthy lives where and as they live.

Local communities are the best placed to take a stand on the health issues that result in statistics like 'five times more males than females take their own lives each year' and 'men can expect to live four years less than women.'

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Save the date | 2013 National Men's Health Gathering


The 2013 National Men’s Health Gathering will be held in Brisbane from the 22nd – 25th October at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre


The 7th National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Male Health Convention
The 10th National Men’s Health Conference
The Inaugural Men and Vulnerable Families Forum

International speakers include:

Prof. Alan White, UK – the world’s first professor of Men’s Health
Mr. Richard Aston, NZ- chief executive of Big Buddy, a mentoring program for fatherless boys
Mr. David Bartlett, UK -deputy chief executive, Fatherhood Institute UK
Joe Puketapu, NZ – contracts manager, Te Hauora o Ngati Rarua

With special appearance by Troy Cassar-Daley

Troy is an advocate for the importance of a healthy family relationship. To see Troy’s message and the conference promotional video please visit

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AMHF – Date Claimer 


The 13th Australian Transplant Games, Newcastle, September 29 through October 6

Australia’s most inspirational sporting event, the Australian Transplant Games, is held every two years. The Games provide living proof of the success of transplantation and encourage all Australians to discuss organ and tissue donation with their families.

The 13th Australian Transplant Games will be held in Newcastle, NSW, from September 29 through to October 6, 2012. The Games will bring up to 1,000 competitors and their families from all across Australia and various other countries together in Newcastle to celebrate their renewed life. For many people, competing in the Transplant Games provides an added incentive to regain health and fitness following a successful transplantation and are an important step on the path to returning to a normal life. Others use the Games as an opportunity to meet and socialise with fellow transplant recipients. For all competitors however, the Games are an opportunity to demonstrate how they are living life to the fullest following their recovery.

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Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health (Ten To Men) – Maximising the Utility of the Study

Population Health Congress 2012
Associated Event
2:00pm - 5:00pm 
Meeting Room 6, 
Adelaide Convention Centre 

Funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing and implemented by the Melbourne School of Population Health at the University of Melbourne, the Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health will address current gaps in knowledge on the health of Australian males, who continue to have shorter life expectancies and poorer health outcomes than Australian women. 

The study will recruit 58,000 Australian men and boys aged 10-55, oversampling younger males and males from rural and regional areas. Participants aged 15-55 will self-complete a mail questionnaire, and boys aged 10-14 will complete a face-to-face interview. Wave 1 data collection will occur mid-2013, with follow-up waves every 3 years. 

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