Official Journal

The International Journal of Men’s Social and Community Health is GAMH’s official journal. The most recent issue is here – please check it out.

IJMSCH is now published by the University of Toronto Press and all the back issues are available through UTP’s website. During 2024, the current editor -in-chief Prof Steve Robertson will hand over to GAMH Chair Prof Derek Griffith.

IJMSCH is an interdisciplinary journal that aims to contribute to the advancement of men’s health by publishing high quality research, policy and practice papers of contemporary relevance. There is specific focus on health experiences, social context and on community-based approaches to maintaining or improving men’s and boys’ health and wellbeing. IJMSCH has also published several papers on aspects of men’s health policy, both national and international. It became GAMH’s official journal in October 2020.

A new paper from Australia provides insight into a topic we perhaps don't talk about enough: men’s health literacy and the factors impacting it

For a while, research has suggested male sperm counts have tumbled in the past 40 years. But a recent study appears to question this. ‘Spermageddon’, a podcast from UK newspaper @guardian asks: is male fertility really in crisis?

In South Africa, KwaZulu-Natal Premier Thamsanqa Ntuli has encouraged men to prioritise their health as the province observes Men's Health Month

Train to be a Men's Health Champion. The ideal way to build on your work during #menshealthweek and embed men's health in your workplace. Next course: 16th/18th July - 2 x 2 hours. Places still available. Details and booking:

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