UBC Men's Health Research ProgramWe work to improve men's health
Reducing Male Suicide
The internationally-based Reducing Male Suicide (RMS) emergent team will address men’s mental health inequities, optimize men’s mental health help-seeking experiences, and equip community-based and professional mental health care services to expertly evaluate and treat men’s mental illnesses and suicidality through 3 themes.
Men Building Better Relationships
The Men’s Health Research program has recently wrapped up recruiting participants for a new study to learn about supporting men who have experienced or are experiencing relationship breakdown (i.e., divorce, separation or break up). The project is titled Men Building Better Relationships and is being conducted by Dr. John Oliffe at the University of British Columbia.
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February 4 marks World Cancer Day! An international day dedicated to raising awareness of cancer and to encourage health promotion practices around prevention, detection and treatment. This day is led by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) with a...
With the rise in male suicide rates, there are important insights that can be found in understanding the experiences of men who have attempted suicide. Published under the Journal of Qualitative Health Research, the article entitled, "How to Save a Life: Vital Clues...
We are incredibly excited to have Dr. Cristina Caperchione and PhD candidate Paul Sharp join us in this mini-series to chat about the HAT TRICK Program and their current work in men’s health. Check out the series as our guest discuss their recent publications,...