men of malvern Inc.

&

east malvern men's shed

present

CHECK

THE MALE

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 2nd 2021

MALVERN TOWN HALL

11.30am to 6.30pm

Formal registration is not required, however an email indicating your interest and attendance will help us to provide you with final program and any last minute arrangements.

WHEN /

THURSDAY 2ND

SEPTEMBER

11.30AM TO 6.30PM

WHERE /

MALVERN TOWN HALL

Crn. Glenferrie Rd and High St Malvern

ABOUT

'CHECK THE MALE'

Men of Malvern Inc. is a local group supporting the health and welfare of men. Established in 2013, Men of Malvern have previously hosted health forums as has the

East Malvern Men’s Shed.

 

The two groups have come together to offer our communities an opportunity to access important health knowledge 

 

In the lead up to Father's Day 2021, we’re excited to present our next health forum

 

‘Check the Male 2021’

 

Our event is about offering our community an opportunity to access important health knowledge in open environment where both men and their partner’s are welcome, covering a range of important issues relevant to both men and women.

 

We are proudly supported by  our generous contributors  

 

Cabrini Hospital 

 

East Malvern Branch of the Bendigo Bank

&

The Stonnington Council. 

SCHEDULe

talks held in Banquet Hall, located behind the Main Hall

SESSION 1

12.30-1.30 PM

infection and immunity 

 

WELCOME and OPENING. A/Prof Doug Lording (Andrologist)

talks covering the immune system and what it does, and how to look after it; updaye on covid 19; and adult vaccinations 

SESSION 2

2.00- 3.15PM

STROKE AND DEMENTIA

TALKS COVERING STROKE AND WHAT TO DO; THE DEMENTIIAS AND HOW TO KNOW HOW YOU ARE GOING; AND COMMUNITY RESOURCES

SESSION 3

3.45-4.55 PM

UROLOGICAL PROBLEMS

TALKS COVERING URINARY SYMPTOMS, WHEN TO SEEK HELP AND WHAT CAN BE DONE; AN UPDATE ON PROSATAE CANCER AND TREATMENTS; AND WHAT RESOURCES ARE AVAILABLE 

SESSION 4

5.15-6.30 PM

heaLTHY FATHERS-HEALTHY BABIES

 

TALKS COVERING MALE FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO HEALTHY BABIES; MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES DURING AND AFTER PREGNANCY; AND THE CASE FOR PLUS PATERNAL 

THANK YOU AND CLOSURE A/Prof Doug Lording

hands on

 

WE ANTICIAPATE THAT IN OUR DISPLAY AREA THERE WILL BE OPPORTUNITIES FOR HANDS ON EXPERIENCES

all talks will be supported by display booths, with health agencies providing individual information and support.