Understanding men's health and illness: a gender-relations approach to policy, research, and practice.

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Men's health has emerged as an important public concern that may require new kinds of healthcare interventions and increased resources. Considerable uncertainty and confusion surround prevailing understandings of men's health, particularly those generated by media debate and public policy, and health research has often operated on oversimplified assumptions… (More)

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@article{Schofield2000UnderstandingMH, title={Understanding men's health and illness: a gender-relations approach to policy, research, and practice.}, author={Tim Schofield and Robert W. O ’ Connell and Lloyd Walker and John F. Wood and D L Butland}, journal={Journal of American college health : J of ACH}, year={2000}, volume={48 6}, pages={247-56} }