Men’s Health Timeline
Too many men don’t have a family physician and don’t get regular checkups, says Culley Carson, MD. This problem is…
The UNC Men’s Health Program aims to study and treat numerous health issues that impact men. The differences in health behaviors, preventative screening and medical treatment between men and women have contributed to a widespread, silent health crisis among men. This comprehensive program brings together teams of physicians, scientists, public health leaders and specialists who are dedicated to addressing the health and well-being of men through coordinated clinical care, scientific research, and community outreach.
The UNC Men’s Health Program brings together physicians, scientists, public health leaders and specialists with the goal of improving awareness and access to men’s health services. Find a list of common conditions our providers treat as well as UNC Health Care departments that work within the men’s health program.
The UNC Men’s Health Program is supporting research designed to address the healthcare and social issues of Men’s Health through The North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences (NC TraCS) Institute at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Research that we are interested in supporting may include: