Improving Health Information and Services
The Gender and Access to Health Services Study: final report was commissioned by the Department of Health from the Men's Health Forum in partnership with the School for Policy Studies at the University of Bristol.
Racks of make up and no spanners is the report on the Men's Health Forum's project looking at men's use of community pharmacies to improve their health.
Statistics on men's health literacy and use of services
The Million Men challenge sets out the Men's Health Forum's challenge to government, NHS, local authorities, sports organisations and charities to work together to get one million more middle-aged men more active.
The report from the Men's Health Forum, Slow On The Uptake?, highlights the paradox of bowel cancer. Although men are more likely than women to die from bowel cancer, they less likely to be screened. The report looks at how screening practice can be improved.
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The first publication from the Men's Health Forum's landmark Haringey Man MOT project is now available.
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A review of the literature around men’s health-seeking behaviour and use of the internet has been published as part of the development phase of the Men's Health Forum's Haringey Man MOT project.
The first publication from the Men's Health Forum's landmark Haringey Man MOT project assesses local needs and shows the importance of looking at gendered data.
Report of a Research into Practice Seminar - 26 September 2006