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Saturday
Jun012013

EMALE Issue 123 (June 2013)

In this month's issue:

"Keeping Passion Alive in Your Relationship" by Jed Diamond

Challenges to improving male health in NSW

the first cut is the deepest

new men’s sexual health training

a view on ADHD and boys

news briefs

  • The Boyfriend Trainer App
  • Men’s Health Week 2013
  • Why women live longer - not what you think
  • Global health policy 'undermining men's health'

Future events

  • 2013 National Men's Health Gathering
  • 2013 Institute of Group Leaders Conference
Saturday
Jun162012

Rotary Club of Orange Daybreak: Art Dako Exhibition (male-only cancers)

The Rotary Ciub of Orange Daybreak (RCOD) is organising an exhibition on the evening of Friday, 14 and all day Saturday, 15 September 2012, at Orange Function Centre, Eyles St Orange.

The aim of this exhibition is to raise awareness of testicular and prostate cancer issues in an educational or humorous way. Creative works can be made in any medium and can involve men's underwear, shorts, daks, codpieces, male anatomy or anything else that relates to male-only cancers.

If you can paint, sculpt, weld, weave, write, knit, carve, crochet, pot, cook, sew, quilt, photograph, embroider, scrapbook, arrange flowers, or create loce, felt, jewellery, icing or paper art we would like to hear from you.

Download an appilcation form here.

Saturday
Jan282012

First National Sexual and Reproductive Health Conference, 20-21 Nov 2012: Call for Abstracts

The Public Health Association of Australia in partnership with Sexual Health and Family Planning Australia invite you to participate in the first Australian conference to bring together practitioners, policy makers, scholars, educators and others enthusiastic about improving the sexual and reproductive health of all Australians.

The conference will be an excellent opportunity to hear the most recent national and international research evidence and practitioner wisdom and to make your own contribution to implementation ideas foreshadowed in the new National Women’s and Men’s Health policies.

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