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Men have a lower life expectancy than women, and are more susceptible to illness; however, they have been found to be less likely to engage in health-seeking behaviour. Men`s Sheds, as a gendered intervention, has been identified as an effective way to engage men in meaningful activity and gain social support from others (Kelly et al., 2021).
Write an essay of 2,000 words answering the question below:
“To what extent do the concepts of health and well-being used to develop the community group ‘Men’s Sheds’ influence the health and well-being of the individuals who participate in a group? What social determinants may influence the success of this intervention?’
Use a standard essay format of introduction, main body, and conclusion.
Your essay will demonstrate a clear understanding of concepts of health and well- being and their application to the named community group/ campaign.
Throughout the essay you MUST focus your answer on concepts of health and well- being used by the named community group/ campaign and how these concepts impact on potential success of the community group/campaign.
Support all discussions with relevant evidence e.g., examples, explanations, primary data. This should come from 5 – 6 additional quality academic sources including the core reading list that are correctly cited and referenced.
Men’s Sheds, n.d. Who we are [online] Available at: https://menssheds.org.uk/ (Accessed 8/6/21).
Naidoo, J. & Wills, J. 2009. Foundations of Health Promotion. 4th ed. London: Elsevier.
To what extent do the concepts of health and well-being used to develop the community group ‘Men’s Sheds’ influence the health and well-being of the individuals who participate in a group? What social determinants may influence the success of this intervention?
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