Who’s your team?
To complain about our choices, please email email@example.com.
Online strategies for managing and preventing depression.
Returned veterans make the challenging transitions back to civilian life.
Sharing photos and words to end the stigma that surrounds male suicidality and reaching out for help.
Tools, tips, and strategies to quit smoking for good.
An in-person program for new fathers to get healthy and quit smoking.
A program for men who want to be involved, healthy, and smoke free dads.
Tom has prostate cancer. What would you do in his place?
Informal face-to-face meetings across BC to discuss all things prostate cancer.
Dr. John Oliffe will be a panelist in PCFA Ask The Experts "Webcast on Prostate Cancer Survivorship Essentials", discussing approaches to men’s health responses to masculinity and gaps within survivorship research. Please check back for a link to the livestream.
Despite the known benefits of physical activity after a prostate cancer diagnosis, the majority of Canadian prostate cancer survivors are insufficiently active. The primary objective of this study was to understand the exercise preferences, interests and exercise levels of Canadian prostate cancer survivors.