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Men's health program



The Men's health program at Gurriny Yealamucka Health Services seeks to enhance the social and emotional wellbeing of Indigenous men in the Yarrabah region by offering a range of activities that the men can participate in. Activities include:

Abstract adapted from Gurriny Yealamucka Health Service


Gurriny Yealamucka Health Service
1 Bukki Rd
Yarrabah Qld 4871
Ph: (07) 4056 9059
Fax: (07) 4056 9368

Related publications

McCalman J, Tsey K, Baird B, Connolly B, Baird L, Jackson R (2009)

'Bringing back respect': the role of participatory action research in transferring knowledge from an Aboriginal men's group to youth programs.

Australasian Psychiatry; 17(S1): S59-S63

Tsey K, Wenitong M, McCalman J, Whiteside M, Baird L, Patterson D, Baird B, Fagan R, Cadet-James, Wilson A (2004)

A participatory action research process with a rural Indigenous men's group: monitoring and reinforcing change.

Australian Journal of Primary Health; 10(3): 130-136

McCalman J, Baird B, Tsey K (2007)

Indigenous men taking their rightful place: how one Aboriginal community is achieving results.

Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal; 31(4): 8-9

Haswell-Elkins M, Reilly L, Fagan R, Ypinazar V, Hunter E, Tsey K, Gibson V, Connolly B, Laliberte A, Wargent R, Gibson T, Saunders V, McCalman J, Kavanagh D (2009)

Listening, sharing understanding and facilitating consumer, family and community empowerment through a priority driven partnership in Far North Queensland.

Australasian Psychiatry; 17(S1): S54 - S58


Last updated: 9 March 2016
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