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5 March 2024 - Men's health - Oral evidence

Committee Health and Social Care Committee
Inquiry Men's health

Tuesday 5 March 2024

Start times: 9:45am (private) 10:00am (public)

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MPs to examine how to improve existing health inequalities among men

The third session of the men’s health inquiry will look at factors driving health inequalities between groups of men and how the challenges can be addressed.

Meeting details

At 9:45am: Private discussion
Inquiry Men's health
At 10:00am: Oral evidence
Inquiry Men's health
Chief Executive Officer at Social Action for Health
Director of Public Health at Birmingham City Council
Senior Fellow at King's Fund
At 10:45am: Oral evidence
Inquiry Men's health
Programme Director at Small Steps Big Changes
Head of Impact and Communications at Fatherhood Institute
Director of Operations at Place2Be

Questions are likely to cover known factors linked to health outcomes include education, income and ethnicity, with health inequalities between men at a higher level than among women. Barriers to men accessing community services are also expected to be considered.

The session will examine whether there are missed opportunities to provide greater support across men’s lives from boyhood to fatherhood, promoting better mental and physical health.


Room 16, Palace of Westminster

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