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NATIONAL MALE HEALTH CONFERENCE
Present Challenges and Future Solutions
Thursday March 2 & Friday March 3, 2017
Holiday Inn Hotel, 18 – 40 Anderson Street, Parramatta
SPECIAL ADD ON EVENT Wednesday March 1 STOP MALE SUICIDE TRAINING DAY
only $100 for NEW MALE Conference Participants
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NEW MALE is an exciting new concept in Men’s Health Conferences. Focusing on 5 major areas:
- Saying Yes to Family Peace – Preventing Family Violence Against Everyone
- Stopping Male Suicide
- Looking at the the Future of Men’s Health and New Masculinity
- Improving Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health and Wellbeing
- Working with men of the future, young men and boys
Some of our speakers:
Pete Shmigel, CEO of Lifeline, the national suicide prevention charity;
Gus Worland, presenter of ABC’s Man Up initiative;
Professor Jane Pirkis, Director of the Centre for Mental Health in the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, who has undertaken numerous studies on men’s health and suicide prevention and played a lead role in developing ABC’s Man Up series on male suicide.
Joe Williams, the NRL player and boxing pro who has become and international advocate for mental health and suicide prevention through his charity The Enemy Within;
James Greenshields, former army officer and founder of the Resilient Leaders Foundation, which runs “Put Your Hand Up” workshops for men across Australia.
Keynote Address and Conference Dinner Speakers:
Dr Rob Whitley is the Principal Investigator of the Social Psychiatry Research and Interest Group (SPRING) at the Douglas Hospital Research Center, Canada. He is also an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at McGill University. His three main research interests are recovery, stigma and men’s mental health. He takes a social determinants and human rights approach to his activities, using his research results to push for change in practice and policy.
Professor John Macdonald, who has been involved for over 15 years in men’s health both in Australia and overseas. He is patron of the Men’s Shed Movement. He was consultant to the Male Health Policy (Australia). In all his work, he promotes a social determinants of health approach to men.
There are limited places so make sure you secure your place at the NEW MALE: National Men’s Health Conference 2017 today. Check the WEBSITE for the latest information.
Registration includes Conference Bag and Program with a free copy of “Regular Joe vs. Mr Invincible” by Dr. Elizabeth Celi, PhD, all refreshments and lunches.
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EARLY BIRD RATE DEC 26 – FEB 20 $450 FULL PRICE FEB 21 – FEB 28 $500, One Day Registration $260,
In addition to the main conference, Glen Poole of the Stop Male Suicide project will deliver a pre-conference male suicide prevention workshop on Wednesday 1st March at Parramatta Swimming Centre only $100 for conference delegates rate when they register.
CONFERENCE DINNER Thursday March 2 6.30 pm, 3 course buffet dinner and two Guest Speakers $65
ACCOMMODATION: Please contact Holiday Inn Hotel Parramatta for the Special NEW MALE Conference Accommodation Rates
NEW MALE is presented by Men’s Health SERVICES in association with Glen Poole, Stop Male Suicide Project and in partnership with the following organisations.
Greg Millan, Men’s Health Consultant
Men’s Health Promotion Training | Project Management | Mens Programs | emale bulletin
M 0417 772 390 e email@example.com www.menshealthservices.com.au
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