Engaging Men is based in a social determinants of health model and is inclusive of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander brothers’ health and wellbeing needs.
Engaging Men identifies barriers in health care and offers potential and existing solutions to overcome these barriers in a range of health care settings. The concept of multiple masculinities recognises that not all men are the same and they cannot be engaged with one technique or strategy. Its all about diversity of men and design of programs to suit the group of men you are working with. The perception that men are disinterested in their health is challenged and a range of approaches will be discussed, for use in the community, health care settings and in the workplace.