ABC's All in the Mind - has a great written article and podcast on early intervention on men's mental health. Check it out.
Once again Dr Richard Fletcher provide a very useful and succinct outline as to why and how to involve Fathers in child health care. Including fathers is more than inviting "Parents" instead of "Mothers" to child health initiatives. Check out the brief paper written in
Community Paediatric Review May 2015, and available at the Australian Policy Online website here.
The Salvation Army and the University of Tasmania are collaborating to develop evidence‐based resources aimed at reducing the harmful effects on children resulting from exposure to family violence. Our goal is to work with stakeholders across Tasmania to best solve the following puzzle:
How can we increase men’s awareness that family violence has a harmful effect on their children?
See the invitation to get involved in the study here, and an introductory flyer about the study and who is involved can be downloaded here.
Men's Resources Tasmania is opposed to violence.
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