Monday, September 25, 2017 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT
Join us on Monday, September 25th at 12 noon ET for a talk with Eric Hipple, former Detroit Lions quarterback, suicide loss survivor, and mental health advocate.
Eric has teamed up with Healthy Men Michigan to tell his story of personal loss, struggle, and recovery. In this webinar, he will present his program "Living Life on the Offense" and discuss the importance of mental fitness assessment when strategizing for your own health game plan. Topics include problem solving, trauma, brain illness, and health screening.
Eric will be joined by Healthy Men Michigan Principal Investigator Jodi Frey, PhD, of the University of Maryland in Baltimore, who will further address mental health and suicide prevention in working-aged men. Jodi will give background on the HealthyMenMichigan.org campaign and address how attendees can be a part of the men’s mental fitness movement.
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Although men are less likely than women to seek help for health-related issues, they are more disposed to contact a professional about physical symptoms than emotional ones. Consequently, these providers are often the first health professionals to observe signs of depression and suicide risk in the men they serve.
In this webinar, panelists will discuss using screenings to identify these symptoms in men across healthcare settings, as well as methods for helping them pursue appropriate treatment.
First responders and public safety workers experience repeated exposure to trauma through their work. This can have a lasting impact on mental well-being and puts these men and women at increased risk. As a result of career-related stress, first responders and public safety workers often face emotional needs unique to their occupations and require access to resources that are specific to understanding those circumstances. Learn what experts are doing to help men who are first responders with their emotional fitness. Speakers included:
Webinar on preventing suicide in the construction industry. The suicide rate among workers in the construction industry is four times the national average. Experts consider potential causes to be financial stress, "tough guy" culture, being away from family for seasonal work, and a high-pressure work environment. Speakers included:
Join us for a discussion about preventing suicide among military veterans. Panelists included:
Join Screening for Mental Health for a Learn at Lunch: Healthy Men Michigan Outreach Strategies webinar. SMH covers tips, tricks, and ideas on how to best promote the campaign.
Do you have questions about how to promote the HealthyMenMichigan.org campaign? Screening for Mental Health, Principal Investigator Dr. Jodi Jacobson Frey from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and Jess Stohlmann-Rainey, Senior Program Director at the Carson J Spencer Foundation, review best practices in promoting the Healthy Men Michigan campaign and give a background on the screening tool, partner organizations, the research component of the site, and more!