Tennessee Men's Health Report Card
The goal of the 2017 Tennessee Men's Health Report Card is to monitor the health and well-being of men in Tennessee and to inform strategies to improve the health of men in the state. Following the 2010, 2012 and 2014 editions, this fourth edition of the men's health report card continues to distinguish Tennessee as the only state in the U.S. that has regularly published a report card to guide the planning, implementation and evaluation of programs and policies to improve men's health. The 2017 Tennessee Men's Health Report Card presents data collected by the Tennessee Department of Health and the U.S. Census Bureau.
Read the article published in the American Journal of Men's Health: The Tennessee Men's Health Report Card: A Model for Men's Health Policy Advocacy and Education.
2017 Tennessee Men's Health Report Card Highlights:
View previous report cards
Click below to view a PowerPoint version of the report card.
TN Men's Health Report Card in the News
Nashville Medical News: Men's Health Report Card Reflects Highs & Lows
WMOT Roots Radio: Vanderbilt report: Heart attack rates drop for Tennessee men
WGNS News Radio: Heart Disease Rates Drop in Tennessee
To request a copy of the Tennessee Men's Health Report Card PowerPoint presentation, please contact the CRMH at firstname.lastname@example.org.