Yesterday marked the start of 2015’s Men’s Health Week. Running from the 15th June- 21st June, Men’s Health Week culminates on Fathers Day.
Men’s health week offers a great opportunity to start conversations about men’s health and to reflect on health and wellbeing, and lots of local areas will have events specifically for Men’s Health Week. As a Men’s health researcher I will be using the week to think about how my work impacts on the agenda of Men’s health and how I can work with the community for common goals around men’s health and wellbeing…
To keep up with what’s going on during the week on twitter follow the hashtag #mhw15
For information about the Centre for Men’s Health at Leeds Beckett you can follow us on twitter: @menshealthleeds and @ProfAlanwhite
For more information about the week see: Men’s Health Forum
For those interested in the fatherhood aspect of Men’s Health, The Journal of Family Relationships and Society have free access to articles about fatherhood this week: FRS Fatherhood special edition