Invitation to Men’s Health and Masculinities Webinar – What Does Real Change Look Like?
As part of the ongoing promotion of good practice in relation to men’s health, HSE Health and Wellbeing will host this Masculinities and Men’s Health webinar focusing on key settings and the evidence of effectiveness with men’s health. The event will take place on the 28th from noon to 1.15pm.
Speakers include Dr. Noel Richardson – Building towards gender transformative approaches to men’s health, Dr. Shane O’Donnell – CAIRDE / mental health of men in the construction sector, Dr. Aisling O’ Connor – Sheds for Life and creating a common / safe space for men to meet and address old and new health issues and Dr. Diana Van Doorn – Farmers Have Hearts / using marts as a setting to improve men’s health. Hosted by the Men’s Development Network, this series of webinars are also supported by the Men’s Health Forum in Ireland and the National Centre for Men’s Health research in the South East Technological University.
Invitation to the Overweight & Obesity.. Let’s Talk Event. In person and broadcast through webinar focusing on children and young people.
HSE Health and Wellbeing is collaborating with the Association for the Study of Obesity in Ireland (ASOI) and the Irish Coalition for people living with Obesity (ICPO) to host Overweight and Obesity…Lets Talk! on Thursday, 6th October. 10am – 2pm. You can register here and please note in person attendance is limited so book early here.
This year the event focuses on raising awareness, inspiring best practice and breaking the stigma around childhood obesity. The event will be broadcast live from the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, Dublin 2. It is a free event and open to everyone with an interest in this area, including the general public, parents, researchers and healthcare professionals. Attend in person or virtually. Limited places for in person attendance.
Save the date for Making the Connections Webinar on World Mental Health Day Webinar 10th October @ 12.30-1.30. Details to follow.
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