Men Building Intimate Partner Relationships

Our team is no longer recruiting for this study. We appreciate your interest.    The Men Building Intimate Partner Relationships study aims to create space for men to share their strategies and skills for building and sustaining intimate partner relationships....

Men’s experiences with break-ups

Study findings debunk myths about men not being open to getting support after a breakup. The UBC Men’s Health Research program’s Men Building Better Relationships study was designed to learn about supporting men who had experienced or were experiencing...

MHR welcomes Calvin Fernandez

UBC Men’s Health Research Program welcomes PhD candidate Calvin Fernandez who will be contributing to the Men Building Intimate Partner Relationships study. A former health education executive and educator from Malaysia, Calvin Fernandez (he/him) is very invested in...

Building healthy relationship skills supports men’s mental health

Healthy relationships positively influence men’s well-being. Men who are partnered or married live longer lives than single men, and they have better mental health than women and unpartnered men. Marriage appears to offer a protective influence on men’s health,...

Reflections of Men’s Mental Health & COVID-19

Written by Matt Sha on August 25, 2021 The arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic brought lockdowns, physical distancing, and public health guidelines making social connection—a crucial piece of the mental health puzzle—increasingly difficult. Prior to COVID-19, and the...