Note: Also see sections of The Men's Bibliography on working with men (including sections on working with victims and survivors of violence, and with perpetrators), working with boys and young men, men's sexual and reproductive health, men's mental health, suicide prevention, addressing risky driving, and so on.
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Barker, G., C. Ricardo, M. Nascimento, A. Olukoya, and C. Santos. (2010). Questioning Gender Norms with Men to Improve Health Outcomes. Global Public Health, Vol 5(5); 539-553.
Barratt, C. L., De Jonge, C. J., & Sharpe, R. M. (2018). ‘Man Up’: the importance and strategy for placing male reproductive health centre stage in the political and research agenda. Human Reproduction, 33(4), 541-545.
Drew, R. J., Morgan, P. J., Pollock, E. R., & Young, M. D. (2020). Impact of male‐only lifestyle interventions on men’s mental health: A systematic review and meta‐analysis. Obesity Reviews, 21(7), e13014.
Dunkle, K.L., and R. Jewkes. (2007). Effective HIV prevention requires gender-transformative work with men. Sex Transm Infec, 83(3): 173-174.
Fleming, P, Lee, J. & Dworkin, S.L. (2014). ‘Real Men Don’t’: Constructions of Masculinity and Inadvertent Harm in Gender-Transformative Health Programming. American Journal of Public Health, 104, 1029-1035.
Gibbs, A, Vaughan, C, & Aggleton, P. (2015). Beyond ‘working with men and boys’: (re)defining, challening and transforming masculinities in sexuality and health programmes and policy. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 17(sup2), 85-95. doi:10.1080/13691058.2015.1092260
Gough, Brendan, and Steve Robertson. (eds.) (2010). Men, Masculinities and Health: Critical Perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan.
Introduction What is the Point of This Book? / B. Gough& S. Robertson
PART I: CURRENT ISSUES AND DEBATES IN THE FIELD OF MEN’S HEALTH
Developing a Critical Men’s Health Debate in Academic Scholarship / M. Lohan
A Grand Illusion: Masculinity, ‘Passing’ and Men’s Health / D. Buchbinder
Men, Public Health and Health Promotion: Towards a Critically Structural and Embodied Understanding / S. Robertson & R. Williams
Bugging the Cone of Silence With Men’s Health Interviews / J. L. Oliffe
PART II: POPULAR CONCEPTIONS OF MEN’S HEALTH AND WELLBEING
Men’s Negotiations of a ‘Legitimate’ Self-help Group Identity / S. Seymour-Smith
Older Men’s Health: The Role of Marital Status and Masculinities / K. Davidson& R. Meadows
Promoting ‘Masculinity’ Over Health: A Critical Analysis of Men’s Health Promotion With Particular Reference to an Obesity Reduction ‘Manual’ / B. Gough
The Health Experiences of African-Caribbean and White Working Class Fathers / R. Williams
PART III: MEN, MASCULINITIES AND ILLNESS
Pathologizing Fatherhood: The Case of Male Post Natal Depression in Britain / E. Lee
Prostate Cancer and Masculinities in Australia / A. Broom
Understanding Masculinities within the Context of Men, Body Image and Eating Disorders / M. Drummond
The Role of Masculinities in White and South Asian Men’s Help-seeking Behaviour for Cardiac Chest Pain / P. Galdas
Afterword: What Next for Men’s Health Research? / S. Robertson& B. Gough.
Greene, Margaret E., and Gary Barker. (2013). Masculinity and Its Public Health Implications for Sexual and Reproductive Health and HIV Prevention. In Routledge Handbook of Global Public Health, ed. Richard Parker and Marni Sommer (New York: Routledge).
Griffith, Derek M., Marino A. Bruce, and Roland J. Thorpe. (eds.) (2019). Men’s Health Equity: A Handbook. Routledge.
Hook, C., Miller, A., Shand, T. & Stiefvater, E. (2018). Getting to Equal: Engaging Men and Boys in Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and Gender Equality. Washington, DC: Promundo-US.
Peerson, A., and M. Saunders (2009). Men’s health literacy: advancing evidence and priorities. Critical Public Health, 19(3): 441-456.
Pirkis, J., Schlichthorst, M., King, K., Lockley, A., Keogh, L., Reifels, L., . . . Phelps, A. (2019). Looking for the ‘active ingredients’ in a men’s mental health promotion intervention. Advances in Mental Health, 17(2), 135-145.
Roberts, S., T. Bartlett, B. Ralph and R. Stewart (2019). Healthier masculinities scoping review. Melbourne, Victorian Health Promotion Foundation (VicHealth).
Schofield, T. (2010) Men’s health and wellbeing. In Kuhlmann, E. and Annandale, E. (eds) The Handbook of Gender and Healthcare, Palgrave Macmillan, Houndmills, Basingstoke.
Seidler, Z. E., Rice, S. M., River, J., Oliffe, J. L., & Dhillon, H. M. (2018). Men’s Mental Health Services: The Case for a Masculinities Model. The Journal of Men’s Studies, 26(1), 92-104.
Smith, J. A., Watkins, D. C., & Griffit, D. M. (2020). Reducing health inequities facing boys and young men of colour in the United States. Health Promotion International.
Stern, Erin. (2015). Men’s health and wellbeing. In Edström, J.; Hassink, A.; Shahrokh, T. and Stern, E. (eds) Engendering Men: A Collaborative Review of Evidence on Men and Boys in Social Change and Gender Equality. EMERGE Evidence Review, Promundo-US, Sonke Gender Justice and the Institute of Development Studies.
Australian Family Physician. (2009). Engaging men in health, Vol 38(3), 81-176.
Not mission impossible / Jenni Parsons.
Learning from UK primary care / Richard Hays.
Men and mental health / Clare Bayram, Salma Fahridin, Helena Britt.
Engaging men in health care / Greg Malcher.
The newly single man / Darren B. Russell.
Men and depression / Kay A. Wilhelm.
Baum, Frances, and Richard Cooke. (1986). Community Health Services for Men in the Southern Area of Adelaide: Rationale, Development and Evaluation. Adelaide: Southern Community Health Services Research Unit, Evaluation Series No. 3.
Bentley, Michael. (2006). A primary health care approach to men’s health in community health settings: it’s just better practice. Australian Journal of Primary Health, v.12 no.1, Apr: 21-26.
Bin Mahmood, Mohd Ihsani, Idris, Idayu Badilla, Sutan, Rosnah, Ghazi, Hasanain Faisal, Hod, Rozita & Yusof, Hanizah Mohd. (2014). Engaging men in health services: are we ignorant? Malaysian Journal of Public Health Medicine, 14(2), 99-104.
Burkitt, George. (1999). Strategies for Dealing with Men in General Practice. Australian Family Physician, v.28 no.8 Aug: 773-774.
Butler, Paul. (1996). Men’s Health Policy: Report on the Draft National Men’s Health Policy. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 2(1), February, pp. 9-11.
Conrad, David, and Alan White. (eds). (2007). Men’s health: How to do it. Oxford & New York: Radcliffe.
Courtenay, Will H. (1998). Communication Strategies for Improving Men’s Health: The 6-Point HEALTH Plan. Wellness Management, 14(1), 1, 3-4.
Courtenay, Will H. (1998). Guidelines for the Treatment of Men. Nursing Spectrum, 7(6), 5.
Courtenay, Will H. (1998). The Men’s Health Handbook. Berkeley, CA: Men’s Health Consulting.
Courtenay, Will H. (2000). Social work, counseling, and psychotherapeutic interventions with men and boys: A bibliography. Men and Masculinities, 2(3), 330-352.
Courtenay, Will H. (2000). Teaming Up for the New Men’s Health Movement. Journal of Men’s Studies, 8(3), pp. 387-392.
Courtenay, Will H., and Don Sabo. (2001). Preventive Health Strategies for Men in Prison. In Donald F. Sabo, Terry Allen Kupers and Willie James London. (eds.). Prison Masculinities. Temple University Press.
Davidson, Neil, and Trefor Lloyd. (eds.). (2001). Promoting Men’s Health: A Guide for Practitioners. London: Baillire Tindall.
1. Men and Health: The Context for Practice / Trefor Lloyd.
2. Inequalities in Men’s Health / Sian Griffiths.
3. Commissioning and Men: The Case of STDs / Lindsay Neil.
4. Men’s Health: What Should Health Promotion Units Do? / Alec Kendall.
5. The Development of Men’s Health in Australia / Richard Fletcher.
6. It Takes Two: A Contraceptive Campaign Aimed at Men / Lorraine Hoare; Joan Walsh.
7. Developing Resources / Paul Brown.
8. Psychosexual Therapy / Judi Keshet-Orr.
9. The New Men’s Media / Peter Baker.
10. Self-Help Groups / Phil Williams.
11. A Community Health Approach to Men’s Health / David Hart; Tony Mays.
12. Promoting Weight Loss in Men Aged 40-45: The Keeping It Up Campaign / David Wilkins.
13. Alive and Kicking: Using Sport to Improve Men’s Health / Maggie Robinson.
14. Primary Care / David Jewell.
15. Well Man Clinics / Christine Watson.
16. Addressing Skin Cancer Prevention With Outdoor Workers / Maya Twardzicki; Terri Roche.
17. Healthcare for Male Prisoners / Christina Evans.
18. Promoting Black Men’s Health / Mina J. Bhavsar.
19. Sex Education for Young Men / Mike Massaro.
20. Gay and Bisexual Men’s General Health / Graham Hart; Paul Flowers.
21. Testicular Cancer: No Laughing Matter? / Lesley Hamilton.
22. A Suicide Prevention Strategy for Young Men / Brian Mackenzie.
23. Guidelines for Practice / Neil Davidson.
Denner, B. (2000). MAN Model: Health Promotion. Australian Journal of Primary Health Interchange, 6 (3/4), 230-240.
Doley, J. R., McLean, S. A., Griffiths, S., & Yager, Z. (2020). Designing body image and eating disorder prevention programs for boys and men: Theoretical, practical, and logistical considerations from boys, parents, teachers, and experts. Psychology of Men & Masculinities.
Filiault, S. M., and M. Drummond (2009). Health call centres and Australian men: using global perspectives to inform local practice. Critical Public Health, 19(3): 457-474.
Fletcher, Richard. (1994). Men’s Health. Australian Community Health Association, Issues Paper No. 9. Sydney.
Includes: Why Men’s Health? An Introduction. Men and Rape: Kick Starting a Community Group. The Ottawa Charter for Blokes?. Some Figures on Men’s Health.
Fletcher, Richard. (1995). Tackling Men’s Health. Arena magazine, August-September, pp. 10-11.
FPAhealth. (2002). A Community Participation Model of Sexual Health Promotion with Young Men from Non-English Speaking Backgrounds in the Illawarra: Final summary report and evaluation report. Sydney: FPAhealth.
Gibbs, L., and J. Oliffe. (2004). Promoting Men’s Health. In Moodie, R & Hulme, A. (eds.), Hands-on Health Promotion (pp. 356-363). Melbourne: IP Communications.
Hall, Robert H. (2003). Promoting men’s health. Australian Family Physician, 32(6), June, pp. 401-407.
Hamilton Craig, Ian. (year?). Men’s Health: A Comprehensive Guide to the Treatment and Prevention of Major Illnesses Affecting Men. Pan Books.
Holden, Carol A., Carolyn A Allan, and Robert I McLachlan. (2010). ‘Male Friendly’ Services: A Matter of Semantics. Australian Family Physician, 39.
Hyde, A., Howlett, E., Drennan, J., & Brady, D. (2005). Masculinities and young men’s sex education needs in Ireland: problematizing client–centred health promotion approaches. Health Promotion International, 20(4), 334–341.
King, K., Schlichthorst, M., Keogh, L., Reifels, L., Spittal, M. J., Phelps, A., & Pirkis, J. (2019). Can watching a television documentary change the way men view masculinity? The Journal of Men’s Studies, 27(3), 287-306.
King, K., Schlichthorst, M., Turnure, J., Phelps, A., Spittal, M. J., & Pirkis, J. (2019). Evaluating the effectiveness of a website about masculinity and suicide to prompt help-seeking. Health promotion journal of Australia: official journal of Australian Association of Health Promotion Professionals, 30(3), 381.
Kinsman, L., Radford, J., Elmer, S., Ogden, K., Randles, S., Jacob, A., . . . Goss, M. (2020). Engaging “hard-to-reach” men in health promotion using the OPHELIA principles: Participants’ perspectives. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 1-8.
Lloyd, Chris, Philip Lee Williams, and Dan Sullivan (2004). Kick’n’On: Helping young males kick back into life. Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health (AeJAMH), Vol. 3, Issue 2.
Lloyd, Trefor. (2002). Boys’ and Young Men’s Health: What works? London: Health Development Agency.
Lumb P. (2003). Why is men’s health and well-being policy not implemented in Australia? International Journal of Men’s Health, 2(1): 73-88.
Macdonald, J. (2006). Shifting paradigms: A social determinants approach to solving problems in men’s health policy and practice. Medical Journal of Australia, 185(8): 456-458.
Marcell, Arik V. et al. (2002). Male adolescent use of health care services: Where are the boys?. Journal of Adolescent Health, 30(1), pp. 35-43.
Margolies, Eva. (2001). Men with Sexual Problems and What Women Can Do to Help Them. Northvale, N.J.: Jason Aronson.
Melluish, Steve, and Don Bulmer. (1999). Rebuilding solidarity: an account of a men’s health action project. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, Volume 9, Issue 2, March/April: 93-100.
Men’s Health Forum (UK). (2003). Private Parts, Public Policy: Improving Men’s Sexual Health. Report produced for National Men’s Health Week. London: Men’s Health Forum, June, 6 pp.
Miller, Mark J. (1980). Masculinity May Be Hazardous to Your Health: A Personal Growth Group for Men Only. Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 5(1), February.
Moore, Rosemary. (1994). Targeting Men’s Health - What Does It Mean for Women’s Health?. Healthsharing Women, August-September, pp. 5-6
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Doing ‘Women’s Work’? Masculinity, Men and Caring / Peter Camilleri and Peter Jones.
Working with Men’s Defences Against Vulnerability / Mal McCouat.
Men and Mental Health / Counselling Men with a Psychiatric Disability / Peter Humphries.
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Richardson, N. (2004). Getting inside men’s health. Kilkenny: Health Promotion Department, South Eastern Health Board.
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Rochlen, A.B. (ed.). (2005). Journal of Clinical Psychology, Special Issue: Men and Therapy, June, 61(6).
Men in (and out of) therapy: Central concepts, emerging directions, and remaining challenges / Rochlen AB.
Social scientific paradigms of masculinity and their implications for research and practice in men’s mental health / Addis ME., Cohane GH.
Toxic masculinity as a barrier to mental health treatment in prison / Kupers TA.
Using the conformity to masculine norms inventory to work with men in a clinical setting / Mahalik JR, Talmadge WT, Locke BD, Scott RP.
Evidence-based assessment with men / Cochran SV.
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