Mens Health Policy - The six point plan
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Positive outcomes from the conference through a six point plan.
Positive Outcomes from the conference held in Canberra at parliament house on Wednesday 19 March 2008
Goal: Formation & Implementation of a strengths-based National Men's Health Policy, including recognition of the indigenous men's health gap
Step 1 Australian Labor party's election commitment to a National Men's Health Policy
Step 2 Establish and resource a high level unit within the Health department to implement this policy
Step 3 Commitment to Community engagement with Indigenous and Non Indigenous alike
Step 4 Meeting of forum representatives with Federal Health Minister
Step 5 Ensure community engagements by establishing a task force of key stake holders
Step 6 Commitment in May 2008 Federal Budget to fund the development of the National Men's Health Policy.
The commitment at the Men and Fathers Health Forum 08
To report our 6-step plan recommendations and your comments and responses as Parliamentarians to more than 100 one hundred men's fathers family groups around Australia
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