National Men’s Health Policy 2010

This policy guides our work to improve the health of boys and men in Australia, particularly for those most at risk of poor health. It provides practical suggestions for action and includes 9 supporting documents that provide more in-depth analysis of specific areas of male health.


National Men’s Health Policy 2010

Supporting document: Social determinants and key actions supporting male health

Supporting document: Healthy minds

Supporting document: Healthy routines

Supporting document: Healthy reproductive behaviours

Supporting document: Healthy limits

Supporting document: Healthy workers

Supporting document: Access to health services

Supporting documents: Actions males can take now

Supporting documents: National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander male health framework revised guiding principles

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This document outlines the priorities of:

  • optimal health outcomes for males
  • health equity between population groups of males
  • improved health for males at difference life stages
  • a focus on preventive health for males, particularly regarding chronic disease and injury
  • building a strong evidence base on male health and using it to inform policies, programs and initiatives
  • improved access to health care for males through initiatives and tailored health care services, particularly for male population groups at risk of poor health.

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