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EMALE Issue 128 (November 2013)

In this month's issue:

National Men’s Health Gathering a huge success

John Mcdonald wins AMHF award

Health of our Doctors and Medical Students

Mortality data grim reading for New Zealand men

The 45 + Program

men’s health services training programs for 2014

news briefs

  • Gambling destruction in ATSI communities
  • Men’s Sheds receive $150,000 online from beyondblue
  • Men’s health maintained by seeing buddies twice a week, study claims

EMALE Issue 127 (October 2013)

In this month's issue:

the legacy of the Men’s Movement

gender specific medicine

news briefs

  • Innovative strategies address Maori men’s heart health
  • Movember is coming - register now
  • Mooditj marmun book released in Western Australia
  • new men’s health services training programs
  • The 2013 Ten to Men Annual Workshop

future events

  • Helping Men Get Help - the integral approach to helping men and boys get better outcomes

EMALE Issue 126 (September 2013)

In this month's issue:

Reflections on Fathers Day by Andrew King

Daddy issues: Collective blind spot on parental leave pay

Prostate Cancer new report on the next generation

new men’s health services training programs

2013 Ten to Men Annual Workshop

news briefs

  • Aussie Men Photo Project 

future events

  • “21st Century Man: The Way Forward”
  • The 2013 National Men’s Health Gathering Brisbane Convention Centre, October 22 — 25
  • Victorian Male Health Gathering 2013 Friday 30th August, 2013

2013 National Men's Health Gathering - Program Now Available

The 2013 National Men's Health Gathering has received overwhelming interest and it is with great pleasure that we now release the program.

  • As with previous Gatherings, the program is colour-coded to indicate the streams available on each day.
  • For cultural reasons, attendance at sessions designated for the National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Male Health Convention, are restricted to men only, with the exception of the 0900 -1030 plenary session on Tuesday 22nd October. To accommodate women who have registered for the entire Gathering, we have introduced a special program on Tuesday - 'Working with Women in Men’s Health’, which is open to all registered delegates.
  • In response to the ongoing national gender debate, the AMHF is presenting its inaugural National Forum, ‘21st Century Man’ on Thursday 1100-1230. This Q & A - style event is not to be missed!
  • Your registration has more inclusions than ever before - the Cocktail Reception with Troy Cassar-Daley, the Awards Night Dinner and the Friday Gala Lunch with Peter FitzSimons.
  • With a diverse range of papers and workshops and an exciting social program for networking, this year’s event will be the most significant men's health and well being conference in the world.

To register please click here.

To view the program please click here.

To go to the official website please click here.


Just SOME of the National Men's Health Gathering Keynote Speakers

Warren Farrell


Warren Farrell is an American educator, activist and author of seven books on men's and women's issues. He came to prominence in the 1970s as one of the leading male thinkers championing the cause of second wave feminism, and serving on the New York City Board of the National Organization of Women (NOW). However, when NOW took policy positions that Farrell regarded as anti-male and anti-father, he continued supporting the expansion of women’s options while adding what he felt was missing about boys, men and fathers. He is now recognized as one of the most important figures in the modern men's movement.
In 2009, a call from the White House requesting Dr. Farrell to be an advisor to the White House Council on Women and Girls led to Dr. Farrell creating and chairing a commission to create a White House Council on Boys and Men. The multi-partisan commission consists of thirty-five authors and practitioners (e.g., John Gray, Gov. Jennifer Granholm, Michael Gurian, Michael Thompson, Bill Pollack, Leonard Sax) of boys' and men's issues. They have completed a study that defines five components to a "boys' crisis," which has been submitted as a proposal for President Obama to create a White House Council on Boys and Men.

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