Men's mental health
Cancer. A joint meeting with the All Party Cancer Group and others.
The state of men's health.
AGM and headlines in men's health.
Using sports venues for health services. A briefing ahead of National Men's Health Week 2010.
The group's AGM.
Men's access to health services, following June's National Men's Health Week which is focused on this issue.
Men's mental well-being.
Men's Health at Work. Following National Men's Health Week 2008, MHF's report Improving male health by taking action in the workplace and House of Commons EDM 1870.
AGM to elect officers and shortlist 08 - 09 topics.
Q&A meeting with the public health minister.
The group's second event in February will be about Heart disease and ED.
Joint meeting with the groups on Cancer and Breast cancer.
The group's reception in July will hear about men and long term conditions.
The group's meeting in May will look at GPs' services and men's health.
It is well-established that overall men make less use of GP services than women. Men's lower use of GP services is not because they are less likely to experience health problems â€“ in fact, their health is in general poorer than women's â€“ but rather because of their attitudes and behaviours.
The group's following meeting will hear about men and long term conditions.
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