Male Suicide tops agenda at national men’s health conference

The unacceptably high rate of male suicide in Australia will be one of the key issues discussed at a national men’s health conference to be held in Sydney in four weeks time.

With male suicide now claiming six lives a day and costing the economy an estimated $13.75B a year, some of the country’s leading voices in the fight against suicide will come together to discuss what action we can take to prevent male suicide in Australia.

On day one of the NEW MALE: National Men’s Health Conference (2nd-3rd March 2017), Glen Poole of the Stop Male Suicide project will chair a panel discussion featuring:

This two-hour session will be followed by a choice of four, one-hour workshops, led by specialists working with specific groups of men, including:

On day two of the NEW MALE: National Men’s Health Conference, while the focus of the conversationa shifts beyond male suicide, there are a number of speakers who will be of interest to anyone concerned about male suicide prevention, including:

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. Anyone attending the conference can purchase a ticket to this training day at a special delegate rate, direct from the conference organisers. If you are not a conference delegate, you can purchase a full-price ticket to the training day using the links below:

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