Men Building Intimate Partner Relationships

Intimate partner relationships can promote men’s wellbeing and their partners’ and families’ health.  That said, the most common stories we hear are of men's distressed and/or disrupted partnerships (e.g. separation and divorce).  That is why the University of British Columbia’s Men’s Health Research Program wants to talk to men worldwide about how they build and sustain equitable intimate partner relationships.  The Men Building Intimate Partner Relationships (MBIPR) project is recruiting participants who: self-identify as a man; are aged between 19-44 years old; have / previously had an intimate partner relationship; and speak English.  Participants will receive a $100CAD honorarium.  Please contact Nina Gao, Project Coordinator, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to participate or visit: for further information.