The Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men's Health has changed its name to the
Freemasons Centre for Male Health and Wellbeing
The name change is part of a new structure and expanded research footprint for the Centre.
The Freemasons Centre for Male Health and Wellbeing is an alliance of organisations across South Australia and the Northern Territory that collaborate and jointly invest in multidisciplinary research, the outcomes of which informs policy and practice to advance the health and wellbeing of males, and therefore families and communities.
The Freemasons Centre for Male Health and Wellbeing is an initiative of Masonic Charities, the philanthropic arm of
Freemasons of South Australia and the Northern Territory.
A website for the new Centre is to be released in mid-Sept 2020.
Healthier men, healthier families, healthier communities.
The Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men's Health (FFCMH) brings together and supports a multi-disciplinary network of men's health researchers undertaking world-class research and delivering programs aimed at preventing and better treating the inter-related chronic conditions that contribute the most to ill-health, loss of independence and workforce participation and premature death in men.
The Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men's Health network extends to centres of research excellence nationally and internationally.
Partnership with the Freemasons Foundation
The Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men's Health at the University of Adelaide is an initiative of the Freemasons Foundation.
The Foundation is the charitable arm of Freemasons SA & NT, and is one of the leading charities supporting men, their families and communities.
In keeping with their benevolent mission, the Foundation has provided major funding to the Centre since 2007 to allow us to support students and early career scientists to undertake research aimed at improving the health and well-being of men.
As a national leader in men's health research, the Centre supports world-class programs in basic science, clinical and population health, health services and preventative health and social science. It does this by bringing together multidisciplinary teams of scientists and clinicians across South Australian universities and national and international research centres.