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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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...
We are excited to be sharing that Paul Sharp will be joining the Men's Health Research Program as a Postdoctoral fellow this summer and had the pleasure to interview him to learn more about his work, research interests and more! "...it is my hope that this research...
About the event The UBC Men's Health Research Program is affiliated with the Reducing Male Suicide Research Excellence Cluster and we are excited to announce an upcoming free virtual panel for men's health week on, "Getting upstream to prevent male suicide" which...