October 15, 2005 : RCN HQ, London
Male rape – A collaborative approach.
Partnered with Victim Support, discussing male rape issues across the police, health sector and support related networks.
For more information Holly Peppiatt at Tel: 0207 647 3580 / Email: email@example.com
October 10, 2005 : Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
This conference is for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander males who are interested in improving the health and well being at all stages of life. For more information, please visit the website athttp://www.regocentre.com/nmh2005
October 6-8, 2005 : Atlanta, Georgia
Plan to attend the 2nd National Conference on Men’s Health, October 6-8, 2005, at the Sheraton Colony Square Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia.
Visit the conference web site.
The call for papers deadline is August 15, 2005. Existing work can be submitted, or abstracts for uncompleted works.
Details can be found below. You can submit your paper by clicking here.
Sponsored by the Men’s Health Network and Morehouse School of Medicine, 2005 topic areas include:
|Clinical Track||Psycho-social/behavioral Factors Track|
|Public Policy Track||Community Health Initiatives Track|
|Panel Discussions||Health Fair|
Professional accreditations were offered for practitioners who attend approved tracks.
July 15-16, 2005 : Washington, D.C.
Friday July 15: Lobbying Day on Capitol Hill
Saturday July 16: Men’s Equality Conference
Features Warren Farrell, Glenn Sacks, Stephen Baskerville, Jack Kammer, Carnell Smith, David Burroughs, Scott Garman and many others. The conference is being held at the Washington Court Hotel, two blocks from the nation’s Capitol.
Registration cost is $110. To visit the conference website or to register, click here.
June 13th – June 19th, 2005, Birmingham Al
This conference will address a different Risk Factor each Day with Experts providing community based interventions. There will be screenings offered without charge each day which will include Prostate, Lipids, Diabetes, HIV, Body Composition, Vision and Hypertension.
Presenters will include Dr. M.I. Griffin UAB Emergency Medicine, Dr. Mike Bivins Urologist Baptist Health System, Dr. Thomas Ellison Project HELP USA, and Mr. Charles Arline CHA.
The Conference is jointly sponsored by Alabama Health Institute, Project HELP-MRC, and NBLIC2-ALA. The Conference will be held at the Bruno-Smithfield Community Health Center 421- 8th Ave. North Birmingham, Al.
If you need additional Information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 205.251.7587
June 15, 2005 : Waltham, Massachusetts
8 AMA PRA category 1 credits (4 Risk Management)
Jointly sponsored by the Massachusetts Medical Society and Boston University School of Medicine, this program will provide physicians and other health care professionals with tangible approaches to healthy living for their male patients.
Current research will be explored to determine the impact of strong communication with male patients, as well as behavioral, occupational, and lifestyle issues. In addition, the program will explore men’s health and wellness from a European perspective.
June 11, 2005 | Dallas, Texas
If you need additional information please contact Parkland Health & Hospital System at 214-266-1232 or email email@example.com
May 20, 2005 | Glasgow, Scotland
This inspiring conference will bring together key experts covering a variety of hot topics related to men’s health in the UK. The program will provide an opportunity to increase your knowledge in this area, to hear the latest research information and to discuss their practical applications. You will also have the opportunity to meet others from diverse backgrounds to share information, ideas and contacts.
The event targets health professionals and allied health professionals, researchers/academics, policy developers, representatives from community and voluntary sectors who have an interest in men’s health, and anyone else with an interest in this area.
Glasgow, Moat House, Scotland
More information contact:
Queen Mother’s Hospital,
Glasgow, G3 8SJ,
Tel: +44 (0)141 201 9264,
Fax: +44 (0)141 201 0674
April 2, 2005 | Orlando, Florida
The African American Men’s Health Summit is a one-day conference that educates and empowers men to take a proactive approach to improve the quality of their life.
If you have questions or need additional information please contact James Crawford at 407-647-9339 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.