On behalf of the Health Department Western Australia, MHWWA are hosting this special event to launch the Western Australian Men’s Health and Wellbeing Policy on Monday June 10th. You are invited to attend the launch and participate in the following panel and audience discussion.
State Library of WA Theatre, Perth Cultural Centre, Francis St, Perth 2:30 - 4pm Monday June 10th 2019
The new policy has important potential long-term benefits for boys and men and therefore all Western Australians. It also has implications for employers, sporting organisations, and service providers. We encourage your organisation to be represented at this important event to gain first hand access to:
The Minister’s Statement; Policy overview; Input from like-minded organisations including Industry, Government and the service sector. The event will include a panel/forum discussion as an opportunity to clarify the Policy and to explore what we, as a society, can be doing to better address the challenges facing men and boys and their health and wellbeing.
Men's health statistics continue to highlight a state of crisis in men's health: men are three times more likely to die from suicide, road deaths and illicit drugs, and 93% of workplace deaths are men
AMHF WA Men's Health Awards 2019
Vote Today! WA Men's Health Awards Shortlist
There are five shortlisted nominations for the 2019 WA Men's Health Awards. You have until Sunday 2 June to cast your vote.
Dean Dyer is one of the nominees. Dean is a men’s health consultant, a past president of Men’s Health and Wellbeing WA, a current board member, and our representative on the reference group during the development of the Policy. He is a long standing advocate for the importance of increased focus on the wellbeing and health of men and boys in WA. We would welcome your vote for Dean.
The Australian Men’s Health Forum is the peak body for men’s health in Australia.
Premiere of the Film “Prostate Cancer – Diagnosis to Rehabilitation” at The Rise in Maylands. The Function will start at 12:30 and finish at 5pm. Actual screening of film will be at 2pm.