Day 1: Monday 16 May 2022
This online event will focus on "The State of Men's Health" in 2022. We are planning a keynote presentation on the latest stats on key men's health issues; a debate on the current state of men's health and a discussion on the learnings we can take from the ongoing pandemic (including key presentations on new research on the impact of the pandemic on Australian men).
Day 2: Tuesday 17 May 2022
Join us as we celebrate some of the best projects in Australia that use sport, exercise and social connection to improve men's health.
From yoga to weightlifting, from weight loss to prostate cancer recovery, a growing number of grassroots projects are connecting with men through physical activity and helping improve their physical, mental and social health in the process. As well as learning about the work of a dozen great men's health initiatives, we will also be selecting one project to win a prize of $1,000 thanks to a generous donation from Bulk Nutrients.
Day 3: Wednesday 18 May 2022
9.30am - 1.00pm AEST
This online event aims to highlight best practice approaches to running men's health events in workplaces, community settings and online. Speakers from a wide range of organisations with a track record of engaging men will share their knowledge and answer your questions. Attendees are also invited to share their own experiences as we talk about the importance of goal setting, location, themes and topics, formats, marketing and delivery, when planning a men's health event.
Day 4: Thursday 19 May 2022
9.30am - 1.00pm AEST
This online event aims to highlight the importance of putting men's experiences at the heart of work to improve the lives and health of men and boys Australia. This includes, but is not limited to:
Day 5: Friday 20 May 2022
9.30am - 12.15pm AEST
This online event will feature a selection of educational online workshops for people who work with men and boys on a range of topics. Some workshop topics under consideration include men's heart health first aid; engaging boys; engaging men in therapy; working with fathers; becoming a lived experience speaker and male suicide prevention.