EMHF’s new manual for men: Working With Cancer – a guide for men during and after diagnosis, published November 2017, can be viewed here
EMHF’s report on the symposium ‘Men, Work and Cancer – Developing a post-cancer support manual for men’ held in June 2017 can be viewed here.
EMHF’s report on its HPV Symposium, held in London in April 2015, can be viewed here.
A report by EMHF on men’s use of over-the-counter medicines, which summarises the much larger report produced in collaboration with Nicholas Hall & Company in 2014 (see below), was published in April 2015. It can be viewed here.
EMHF’s report on its roundtable on men’s use of primary care in Northern Ireland, held on 12 November 2014, can be viewed here.
EMHF’s report on its roundtable on men’s use of primary care in Gibraltar, held on 19 May 2015, can be viewed here.
EMHF’s report on its roundtable on men’s use of primary care in Denmark, held on 28 October 2015, can be viewed here.
Your Eyes – the EMHF’s booklet on protecting our sight – is available as a free download here.
Nicholas Hall & Company’s report, Men’s Health: An Untapped OTC Market, was published in July 2014. This has been written in collaboration with EMHF. More information about the report is available here.
EMHF’s report on its roundtable on men’s use of primary care in England, held on 2 July 2014, can be viewed here.
- A report on EMHF’s Men’s Health workshop at EHF Gastein, 4 October 2013
- A poster presented to the ECCO (European Cancer Organisation) conference, Amsterdam, September 2013. The poster can also be viewed on the ECCO website.
- A report on EMHF’s roundtable event held in Brussels, 11 June 2013
- A report for the Copenhagen Conference (14-15 June 2012) on ‘Gender and Health through Life’
These booklets are designed specifically to appeal to men and are published by Haynes in the iconic format of their car maintenance manuals. They can be used by health professionals (eg. GPs, pharmacists, dentists, occupational health nurses, optometrists) to provide better information for their patients and men generally.
The mini manuals are usually produced in partnership with a sponsoring organisation. Copies of existing mini manuals can also be purchased from EMHF.
If you would like to find out more about mini manuals with us, please contact us.