Are you interested in working together to better support healthy men and communities in North West Tasmania?
Allied Mates Forum - World Health Day, Wednesday 7th April 2021.
Gnomon Pavilion, Ulverstone 9:45am - 1pm
Registration essential (no cost) via - https://bit.ly/2Yjko3B
The Allied Mates Forum is for management, administration, education, research, advisory, frontline and volunteer staff working in local primary health, social services and community settings to develop their existing professional knowledge and understanding of the key issues affecting men.
The Allied Mates Forum will feature snapshot presentations highlighting a number of local services and grassroots initiatives aimed at working with men.
Following the snapshot presentations there will be an opportunity to share ideas and discussion on issues relevant for local men informed by the Federal Government's National Men's Health Strategy 2020-2030 and the 'Making Services Work for Men' guide developed by the Australian Men's Health Forum.
Key points discussed at the Allied Mates Forum will be summarised and shared with all participants along with peak service providers, organisations and Government for consideration when designing services to support men experiencing life challenges.
Morning Tea and light lunch will be provided.
Registrations essential for COVID contact tracing purposes as outlined by the Tasmanian Government
‘Funding for this event has been via the North West Suicide Prevention Trial Site Doing Better Together Community Grant Scheme. The North West Tasmanian Suicide Trial Site is sponsored by funding from the Australian Government through Primary Health Tasmania (Tasmania PHN).’