As men and boys --- irrespective of age, race, sexuality, disability and social class --- have worse health outcomes and lower life expectancy than their female counterparts, it is essential for CCGs to put a focus on men's health if they are to reduce local health inequalities.
In order to be rated as "excelling" in their equalities work, CCGs will need to demonstrate that all staff at all levels are continually supported, trained and developed to be competent and confident to plan, procure or deliver services that are personal, fair or diverse to meet the needs of all communities---including men and boys.
Helping Men offers a range of training, workshops and other services that can help the NHS's new Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGS) to meet the public sector Equality Duty by taking action to improve men and boys' health outcomes, access to services and quality of care.
We offer a range of public workshops that NHS staff can attend which include:
- Why do men lead unhealthy lives (and what can we do about it)? - book today (next course 17 July)
- How are men and boys unequal (and what can we do about it)? - book today (next course 23 July)
- Helping Men Get Help (next public course to be scheduled in October)
If you want to contact Helping Men today about your training needs then email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Glen on 07981 334222.
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