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Local men’s health clinician Aoife Ni Eochaidh, chartered physiotherapist, has announced details of the upcoming men’s health seminar. It will take place on February 4 in The Ardilaun Hotel, from 7pm to 9pm. Cost is €10, payable at the door. Tea and coffee is included, along with a free raffle.
University Hospital Galway became the first public hospital in the country recently to use high dose-rate (HDR) brachytherapy to treat patients with prostate cancer.
Men’s health clinician Aoife Ni Eochaidh, chartered physiotherapist, has announced details of the upcoming Men’s Health Seminar. The seminar will take place on November 5 in the Ardilaun Hotel, from 7pm to 9pm. Attendance is €10 payable at the door. Tea and coffee is included and a free raffle.
In order to mark ‘Movenber’, the Irish Cancer Society along with the Health and Wellbeing division in the HSE are organising a free health information evening in the Salthill Hotel on November 30 from 6pm to 9pm. Men and their partners are invited to attend this health promotion initiative.
Week three of The Irish Times and Pfizer Healthy Town programme ‘Men’s Health’ will focus on equipping men with the information and advice they need to look after their health. Men in Ireland experience a disproportionate burden of ill-health and their life expectancy is five years less than women.
In an effort to draw attention to issues around men’s health, the Men’s Health Forum charity in Ireland has launched a 32 page man manual, entitled Challenges and Choices, in aid of Men’s Health Week, which runs from Monday June 9 to Sunday June 15.
The statement continued: “It is important to note that this testing is a first step to diagnosis. The National Prostate Cancer GP referral guidelines state that patients with an abnormal PSA result should have a repeat PSA at six weeks. A clinical prostate assessment to include a digital rectal examination and the second PSA test is therefore undertaken prior to biopsy in order to confirm the diagnosis and initiate treatment if required.”
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This week (June 11-17) marks International Men's Health Week 2012 and The Men's Health Forum in Ireland (MHFI) is encouraging men to actively seek help, advice, support, and to act quickly in times of difficulty, crisis or ill health rather than ignoring symptoms, turning to alcohol, ‘soldiering on’ or taking their own life.