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What is a men's health MOT and how can you build one into your workplace?

In the UK, one in five men will die before they’re 65.

There are many health conditions that contribute to this statistic, including cancer, coronary heart disease, and Type 2 Diabetes.

But men’s health is far more complex than just physical health. Men are three times more likely to commit suicide than women, and they are less likely to seek psychological service referrals.

While an employer can’t solve these conditions, there is something you can do to help: introduce a men’s health MOT. 

This simple tactic ensures your male colleagues can get healthy, and stay healthy.

Read the guide

What you'll learn

In this guide, we’ll:

  • walk you through the typical healthcare challenges men face;
  • explain what a men’s health MOT is; and
  • show you how you can build one into your workplace.
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Destigmatise conversations around men’s health

Men often struggle to get the care they need because they struggle to talk about mental and physical symptoms. The men’s health MOT offers a supportive way for them to start the conversation.

Learn how wellbeing impacts your business performance

Men’s health directly impacts your business’s bottom line – colleagues can’t perform their best if they ignore their mental and physical health conditions.

Understand the mind-body relationship

The men’s health MOT educates talk about the symbiotic relationship between mental and physical health. And the need to address them together.

Who we work with

HealthHero supports organisations across industries - from public sector to retail, insurance to utilities.