Although the life expectancy of males vs females in Australia has substantially improved over the last 50 years in line with advances in health services, medicine, technologies and safer working environments, a male born between 2017 - 2019 in Australia has an average life expectancy of 80.9 years, while a female born at the same time is expected to live to 85.0 years.
Join us as we discuss with some of our leading men's health researchers about the factors that contribute to the current status of men's health in Australia and what we can do to bridge the gap in male and female health.
This event will be an interactive Q&A style event so we invite you to submit your questions regarding men's health.
When: Wednesday 30 June
Where: Live streamed online. Register now to receive access
With a background in Psychology, Dr Young's Doctoral study involved being part of men's weight loss projects Health Dads, Healthy Kids and SHED-IT. In 2019 Dr Young was selected as the national winner of the BUPA Foundation 'Emerging Health Researcher of the Year' and in 2020 was named one of AMP Foundation's Tomorrow Makers.