Victorian Male Health Gathering 2013

August 5, 2013
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Friday 30th August, 2013

Learn – Connect – Contribute

Male Health Victoria invites you attend the second Victorian Male Health Gathering in Melbourne on Friday 30th August 2013

(incorporating Male Health Victoria Annual General Meeting).

GATHERING PROGRAM

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9.30am

REGISTRATION

10.00

WELCOME & INTRODUCTION

Peter Kelly, Male Health Victoria President

10.15

Presentation : Corio CFA

10.30

KEYNOTE SPEAKER 1 – ‘What works in men’s work?’

Rob Koch

11.30

Male Health Victoria Annual General Meeting

 12.15

 LUNCH (for Gathering delegates only)

 1.00

KEYNOTE SPEAKER 2 – ‘What’s happening with our rural mates?’

Stuart Wilder

 2.00

KEYNOTE SPEAKER 3 – ‘Helping a Man Rebuild after a Crisis’ 

Dean Mason

3.00

CLOSE


GATHERING AIMS

• To bring together all those engaged in or with a keen interest in the health and wellbeing of men and boys so as to increase their knowledge, understanding and skills in and passion for their work (professional development)

• To provide opportunities for the sharing of information regarding programs, services and resources available regarding the health and wellbeing of men and boys

• To explore research, information and evidence regarding the health and wellbeing of men and boys and their practical applications

• To celebrate the strengths and contribution to the community of men and boys

• To conduct the Annual General Meeting at which the Committee of Management reports to its members on the conduct of Male Health Victoria Inc. over the year, and to propose the major activities to achieve the organisation’s objectives for the year ahead, and have these endorsed by the members.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

The Gathering will be relevant to the following occupations / agencies/ sectors:

  • Men’s health clinicians and academics
  • Health promotion practitioners
  • Men’s programs staff
  • Area Health Services
  • Educators
  • Local Government
  • Medicare Locals
  • Family Services
  • Businesses / Corporate sector
  • Disability services
  • Indigenous services
  • Community services
  • State Government
  • Sports Organisations
  • Local Learning and Employment Networks
  • Police & Correctional Services
  • Defence Forces
  • Veterans Services and Organisations

If you fall into one of these categories we hope to see you there.

Source: Victorian Male Health Gathering website (http://malehealthvic.org.au/2013-gathering)

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