Posters and leaflets are now available for you to download.
We have three poster designs for this year's Men's Health Week. Each comes as a plain version or with a white space to add details of your own event.
As you know the theme is mental health and stigma so we've tried to make the point by finding subjects which might be even more taboo than talking about mental health - choose the design that suits your taste and audience.
Note that these may open in a preview tab in your browser and in some browsers you may need to select File then Download to save a high quality copy.
1. I'd rather admit I can't get it up
Suggests that even erection problems may be easier to discuss than mental health. This is the 'by men for men' poster using language that men actually use.
2. I'd rather admit I like Justin Bieber
Lighter-hearted with language that is suitable in all settings. Could work best with younger men.
3. I'd rather admit I'm a bad driver
Lighter-hearted with language that is suitable in all settings. Could work best with older men.
4. I'd rather admit I can't get it up
Same language as poster. Back page says: Let's talk about it. Feeling crap is no crime. Just don't bottle it up.
5. I'd rather admit I hate football
Will work with all audience and ages. Back page says: Let's talk about it. Feeling down is no crime. Just don't bottle it up.
If you're printing your own posters, these files are A2 size enabling you to print at A2, A3, A4 or A5 as you wish although you may need to adjust your printer output settings. The leaflet is A5 size so on an A4 printer, print two up.
You can also use the following QR code on your posters and leaflets to link to the Men's Health Week website: