March 21st – The Fentanyl Crisis: A Men’s Health Perspective




Tuesday, March 21st @ 6:30pm
SFU Harbour Centre (Room TBA)
515 West Hastings St.
Limited Seating

4 out of 5 fentanyl deaths in B.C. are males. What are we to make of this deadly gender disparity? Join SFU Advocacy For Men & Boys for a special presentation by Dr. Dan Bilsker, who will explore the Fentanyl crisis from a men’s health perspective.

Featured Speaker

Dan Bilsker, PhD, is a psychologist who works in the areas of men’s health, knowledge translation and psychological safety in the workplace. He is a partner in Psych Health & Safety Consulting ( and holds academic appointments as Clinical Assistant Prof., UBC and Adjunct Prof., SFU.


Bilsker D, Goldenberg R, Davison J (2010) A Roadmap to Men’s Health. (
Bilsker D, White J (2011). The silent epidemic of male suicide. British Columbia Medical Journal 53: 529-534.

Hosted by SFU Advocacy for Men & Boys
Sponsored by CAFE Vancouver

The Waterfront Skytrain station is only 1 block from SFU Harbour Centre. Alternatively there are numerous buses that stop in the area – more info available via TransLink. For drivers check out this Parkopedia link for information on parking in the area of SFU Harbour Centre:

One Comment

  1. Given your recent efforts to address the fentanyl crisis with a particular emphasis on men why are certain groups in Vancouver so vitriolic in their attack on Cafe Equality. See memo sent to BMO.

    The recent efforts by the certain agencies to disparage and have Cafe Equality banned by the Vancouver BMO Run4Hope is despicable and outrageous. Their efforts are nothing but bullying and political posturing which must be stopped. I have already mailed BMO but more must be done to have this group “outed” for what they are. Misandry at its worst.



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