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Online strategies for managing and preventing depression.
Conversations about suicidality and preventing suicide in LGBTQ communities.
Returned veterans make the challenging transitions back to civilian life.
Sharing photos and words to end the stigma that surrounds male suicidality and reaching out for help.
Tools, tips, and strategies to quit smoking for good.
An in-person program for new fathers to get healthy and quit smoking.
Tom has prostate cancer. What would you do in his place?
Informal face-to-face meetings across BC to discuss all things prostate cancer.
Sarah Weller, Certified Exercise Physiologist, will speak at the PCCN Surrey.
Dr. John Oliffe will be presenting at the 2017 CAPO Conference in Vancouver on If I Were Tom.
This summit brings together organizations, service providers, researchers, and community members to engage with research around men's mental health and stigma.
Dr. John Oliffe will be guest speaking at the Burnaby Prostate Cancer Support Group.
Join us for the 2017 CIRPD Conference and a presentation on men's workplace wellness.
Dr. John Oliffe will be speaking at a screening of Call Me Dad, hosted by Frames of Mind.
Dr. John Oliffe will be presenting at the 2017 Asia Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference in Melbourne.
The theatre piece Contact! Unload will be featured at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto.
A presentation by Dr. John Oliffe on If I Were Tom, a new prostate cancer support website.
This report summarizes a large study conducted to examine the role of prostate cancer support groups in health promotion.
The pressure on boys and men to engage in extensive body practices (e.g., closely monitored eating and exercise habits) and achieve ideal male bodies has grown significantly over the past 20 years.
Men’s high suicide rates have been linked to individual risk factors including history of being abused as a child, single marital status, and financial difficulties. While it has also been suggested that the normative influences of hegemonic masculinities are implicated in men’s suicide, the gendered experiences of male suicidality are poorly understood.