International Journal of Men's Health

International Journal of Men's Health is a magazine specializing in Men topics.

Articles from Vol. 12, No. 3, Fall

Beyond Behavioral Adjustments: How Determinants of Contemporary Caribbean Masculinities Thwart Efforts to Eliminate Domestic Violence
This study and its ancillary behavioral health program identified and addressed a Caribbean cultural paradigm that is no longer viable in 21st century Caribbean society. A complex web of cultural and social determinants binds Caribbean men in a depressing...
Economic Burden of Men's Health Disparities in the United States
Very little is known about the economic consequences of men's health disparities. Using data from the 2006 through 2009 Medical Expenditure Panel Survey and the National Vital Statistics Reports, we estimated the potential cost savings of eliminating...
Jails as Public Health Partners: Incarceration and Disparities among Medically Underserved Men
There were nearly 12 million admissions to U.S. jails in 2011, the majority of them Black or Hispanic. We analyzed data on men's health screenings from the last Bureau of Justice Statistics Survey of Inmates in Local Jails. Black and Hispanic men had...
Leadership and Job Readiness: Addressing Social Determinants of Health among Rural African American Men
There is increased recognition that the inequitable distribution of social determinants acts as a stressor that influences health outcomes. Men on the Move's Leadership and Job Readiness (LJR) program was developed to improve employment opportunities...
Men's Health: Disparities in Confidence to Manage Health
This study examined the association between health information seeking and confidence to manage health among men using multiple binary logistic regressions. Study data were drawn from the 2007 Health Tracking Household Survey. The analytical sample...
Practical Solutions to Addressing Men's Health Disparities: Guest Editorial
In men's health research, an important gap exists in how we explain differences in health among men. Though scholarly contributions to men's health disparities are growing, there continues to be a lack of discourse around concrete solutions that can...