The 2014 Men's Health Business Breakfast
Wednesday, 3 September 2014 from 7:30 am to 9:00 am (ACST)
Please join the Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men's Health at the 2014 Men's Health Business Breakfast to be held on Wednesday 3 September 2014.
We are delighted to have the Hon Jeffrey Kennett as our guest speaker. As the Founding Chairman of Beyondblue, Jeff will talk about important men's health issues, including depression. With a distinguished career as Victorian Liberal Premier, a business leader and Past President of the Hawthorn Football club, he will provide some interesting and topical insights into the current world of politics, business and sport.
Also find out what is on the men's health research agenda for the Centre and how, as business leaders and members of the community, you may get involved in life changing research.
Purchase Tickets: Online ticket purchases for single tickets or for table bookings (min 6 guests) are available here. For other ticketing options, please register your details and a representative from the Centre will contact you.
Parking: Paid parking (flat rate $13.00) is available in the Wilson North Car Park off Pennington Tce. Enter through Bob Quinn gate and go to middle of Western Stand. If entering from Memorial Drive go through Southern gate. A map will be sent to your email upon registration.
Access: There is lift access to Level 3.
Optional tour of SAHMRI: Breakfast attendees are invited to attend a guided tour of the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute from 9.00am.
When & Where
Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men's Health at the University of Adelaide
The Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men's Health, based at the University of Adelaide, is a network of health practitioners, scientists and educators, volunteers and consumers, dedicated to research and initiatives that aim to improve the health and well being of men. The Centre is supported by a Board of Patrons comprising leaders in business, media, sport and politics.The Centre provides a platform for intellectual exchange, trans-disciplinary and national and international collaborations, capacity building and training in men's health research. Our research programs focus on the common and often interrelated chronic conditions that constitute the bulk of the disease burden in men; cardiovascular disease, diabetes, anxiety and depression, prostate cancer, lower urinary tract disorders, erectile dysfunction, testosterone deficiency, sleep disordered breathing and male infertility. The Centre has a strong focus on health behaviours and preventative health, health literacy, social determinants and the need for a more holistic approach to health service delivery for all men. The Centre is an initiative of the Freemasons Foundation, the charitable arm of the Freemasons and one of the leading charities supporting men and their families in the community. www.adelaide.edu.au/menshealth