Draft Western Australian Men’s Health and Wellbeing Policy

Closed 10 Aug 2018

Opened 28 May 2018


The draft Western Australian Men’s Health and Wellbeing Policy (the Policy) was developed by the Health Networks Branch, Department of Health Western Australia (WA) to demonstrate the WA health system’s commitment towards achieving the priority areas of the National Male Health Policy: Building on the strengths of Australian males.

The purpose of the Policy is to provide direction to the WA health system and its partners to deliver strategies that improve the physical, mental, social and emotional wellbeing of men and boys living in WA.

The primary audience of the Policy is the WA health system. However, improvements in men’s health require the involvement of a range of agencies beyond the WA health system working collaboratively to achieve common goals. Therefore, it is recommended that the approaches outlined within the Policy are adopted by multiple agencies.

Why We Are Consulting

The feedback received will inform and guide the development of the Policy as well as support its implementation across the State.

A series of community consultations will be occurring between June-July 2018 and provide an opportunity for face-to-face feedback in addition to this online survey. Further information about this will be made available closer to the time.

About the Survey

The survey is expected to take about 10 minutes to complete.

All responses to this survey are anonymous and will remain private and confidential.

The survey does not ask specific questions about every section of the Policy. There is however opportunity for you to provide general or specific feedback about the Policy at the end of the survey if you wish.

Before commencing this survey, please ensure you have downloaded the Policy and have it available to refer to.

You may exit the survey at any time and can save your progress by providing your email address.

The survey will close on 5pm on Friday 3 August 2018.  

To begin the survey, click on the 'Online Survey' link below.


  • All Areas


  • Anyone from any background


  • Policy development
  • Community engagement