Read the latest news from the Reducing Male Suicide Cluster.
February 22, 2022
In the Media 2022: Men Building Better Relationships Study
December 17, 2021
Top 20 RMS publications 2020-21
August 25, 2021
Reflections of Men’s Mental Health & COVID-19
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.
January 14, 2021
2021 New Pub – How to Save a Life: Vital Clues From Men Who Have Attempted Suicide
With the rise in male suicide rates, there are important insights that can be found in understanding the experiences of men who have attempted suicide.
September 28, 2020
Welcome to Our New Site!
We are pleased to announce the launch of the Reducing Male Suicide Cluster comprised of 13 members from various institutions across Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia. The international team will focus on the following three themes: Men's mental health inequities
August 13, 2020
New Study: Men Building Better Relationships – RECRUITMENT NOW CLOSED
The Men’s Health Research program has recently completed the recruitment process for participants of this 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.
March 16, 2020
Researcher Highlight: MHR welcomes Jessy Dame, MSN (c), RN
This winter Jessy Dame joined the Men’s Health Research team. Jessy is Two-Spirit Métis Certified Registered Nurse with Vancouver Coastal Health who currently works within a queer focused sexual health clinic in Vancouver. In addition to working at the clinic Jessy is pursuing a Masters in Nursing at UBC.
July 23, 2019
Researcher Highlight: MHR welcomes postdoctoral fellow Dr. Sarah McKenzie
This summer Dr. Sarah McKenzie will be joining the Men’s Health Research team as a postdoctoral fellow and researcher. Dr. McKenzie is based in New Zealand where she holds a postdoctoral fellowship from the University of Otago and Marsden Fund Fast-Start Grant from the Royal Society of New Zealand.
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