Traditionally, men have been seen as reluctant to access health services, but getting men to engage with their health isn t an impossible task once you re equipped with a few tricks of the trade. This concise, easy to read guide offers a no-nonsense, practical approach to the development and implementation of men s health programmes. Based on years of wide-ranging experience, the book is designed for anyone who is involved in service delivery for men and boys, and demonstrates what can be achieved with adequate resources, a flexible approach and a sound understanding of men s needs. It is ideal for all healthcare professionals and managers, and medicine and nursing students undertaking specialist men s health and health promotion courses. It is also of great interest to teachers and youth leaders, including school nurses. Healthcare policy makers and shapers will find it enlightening reading.qMaidenhead: Open University Press. ASH (2006) http://www.ash.org.uk/html/ factsheets/html/basicol.html [Accessed 29/1/O7]. Banks I (2002) The Man Manual. Sparkford: JH Haynes aamp; Co. Ltd. Banks I (2004) Cancer: any age, any time.
|Title||:||Men's Health - How to Do It|
|Author||:||David Conrad, Alan White|
|Publisher||:||Radcliffe Publishing - 2007|