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Prostate Cancer
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Mental health and suicide prevention
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Craig Martin, Global Director - Mental Health & Suicide Prevention programs
Testicular Cancer
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A National and Sustainable Sports-Based Intervention to Promote Mental Health and Reduce the Risk of Mental Health Problems in Australian Adolescent Males

Movember Funding to Date

AUD 1,986,778

What we seek to achieve

To sustainably transform Australian community sports into a vehicle for the promotion of male mental health by formulating, testing, and then embedding an innovative intervention into the ongoing practice of some of the leading peak national sporting bodies.

Implemented by
University of Wollongong
Project start date
March 2015
Project Status
In Progress

About the project

The aim of this project is to use sport as a coordinated national vehicle to promote mental health and reduce the risk of mental health problems. The outcome of this project will be a comprehensive, innovative and coordinated intervention undertaken within a highly engaging medium that can be sustainably translated through our research partners - some of the leading peak national sporting bodies - in order to make a real and significant impact on the mental health of the adolescent male population in Australia. 
This will be achieved through five key project components:

  • Club-Based Promotional Campaign to Improve Awareness and Attitudes towards Mental Health Problems.
  • Coach Training Program.
  • Adolescent Mental Health Literacy Program. 
  • Parent Program.
  • Adolescent Wellbeing Program.

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