If you have questions about participation contact Roy Morgan Research on

1800 700 086 or email: tentomen@roymorgan.com

 

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Resources

If you want to know more about male health and public health in general information and links are provided below.

LINKS FOR HEALTH SUPPORT SERVICES
  • Health Direct
    Website / Phone 1800 022 222

    A 24/7 telephone health advice line staffed by registered nurses.

  • Headspace - National Youth Mental Health Foundation
    Website
    Information, resources and services for mental health for young people aged 12-25.


  • Kids Helpline
    Website / Phone 1800 55 1800
    Kids Helpline is Australia's national 24/7 telephone and online counselling and support service for young people aged between 5 and 25 years.


  • Lawstuff
    Website
    Provides information about legal rights for people under the age of 18.


  • Lifeline
    Website / Phone 13 11 14

    A 24/7 freecall telephone counselling service for all ages.

  • Reach Out
    Website
    Online mental health services for young people going through tough times.


  • Turning Point - Alcohol & Drug Centre
    Website / Phone 1800 888 236
    Hosts Counselling Online, a 24/7 service where you can communicate with a professional counsellor about an alcohol or drug related concern, using text interaction.


  • Youth beyondblue
    Website / Phone 1300 224 636
    An independent non-profit organisation devoted to increasing community awareness and understanding of depression, anxiety and related disorders in young people.


  • 1800RESPECT - National Sexual Assault, Domestic Family Violence Counselling Service
    Website / Phone 1800 737 72
    A 24/7 confidential helpline for anyone experiencing  violence.


  • MensLine
    Website  / Phone 1300 78 9978

    MensLine Australia is a professional telephone and online support and information service for Australian men.

  • Veterans and Veterans Families Counselling Service
    Website / Phone 1800 011 046
    Provides counselling and group programs to Australian veterans, peacekeepers and their families. It is a specialised, free and confidential Australia-wide service.
MALE HEALTH REPORTS AND RELATED INFORMATION

  

Resources   The Health of Australia MalesThe Health of
Australia’s
Males
(AIHW 2011)
Resources   A SnapshotA Snapshot of Men’s
Health in Regional and
Remote Australia
(AIHW 2010)

Resources   Action Males CanNational Male Health Policy
Supporting Document:
Actions Males Can Take
Now (PDF)
(DoHA 2010)


Resources   Preventing DiseasePreventing Disease
Through Healthy
Environments (PDF)
(WHO 2006)
The twelfth biennial health report of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Australia’s Health 2010
(AIHW)


Resources   The Solid FactsSocial Determinants of
Health – The Solid Facts
(PDF)
(WHO 2003)
Resources Aboriginal Male Health National Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islander Male Health
Framework
– Revised Guiding
Principles (PDF) (DoHA 2010)
 

 

  • Australian Social Trends (ABS) - Website
  • Shifting paradigms: a social-determinants approach to solving problems in men’s health policy and practice. John J Macdonald - Publication
LINKS FOR OTHER AUSTRALIAN HEALTH STUDIES

Ten to Men has strong links to other longitudinal and repeat cross-sectional health studies in Australia. This includes the involvement of key researchers from those studies in the design and governance of Ten to Men.

  • The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health (WHA)
    Website
    Since its inception ALSWH has provided invaluable data about the health of women across the lifespan, and informed federal and state government policies across a wide range of issues.

  • Growing up in Australia (The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children)
    Website
    A major study following the development of 10,000 children and families from all parts of Australia.


  • The National Health Survey
    Website
    This publication presents summary results from the 2007-08 National Health Survey (NHS) conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) from August 2007 to June 2008.

  • The 45 and Up Study (Sax Institute)
    Website
    The largest ongoing study of healthy ageing in the Southern Hemisphere.

  • The Australian Breakthrough Cancer Study
    Website
    The ABC Study is working with over 50,000 Australian residents to investigate the causes of cancer and other diseases.
LINKS FOR ORGANISATIONS RELATED TO MALE HEALTH
  • Better Men Australia
    Website
    Working to make men more capable, more committed, more confident.

  • The Men’s Advisory Network (M.A.N.)
    Website
    M.A.N. the peak body for service providers, organisations and individuals concerned with men’s health, well-being and other issues affecting males of all ages in Western Australia.

  • Men’s Health Australia
    Website
    Information about the social and psychological wellbeing of men and boys.

  • Australian Men’s Shed Association
    Website
    The Australian Men's Sheds Association recognises a Men's Shed as any community-based, non-profit, non-commercial organisation that is accessible to all men and whose primary activity is the provision of a safe, friendly and healing environment where men are able to work on meaningful projects at their own pace in their own time in the company of other men. A major objective is to advance the well-being and health of their male members and to encourage social inclusion.

  • Male Health Victoria
    Website
    An incorporated state wide professional network and peak body aimed at improving the health and wellbeing outcomes of men and boys.

  • Men’s Health (SA)
    Website
    Committed to achieving better health and wellbeing outcomes for men and boys, through practical innovative programs and initiatives, and by working collaboratively with other like-minded organisations.

  • Men’s Wellbeing (QLD)
    Website
    Developing the wellbeing of men to foster healthy relationships, families and communities.

  • Tas Men (TAS)
    Website
    Seeking to build community by supporting and promoting the health and wellbeing of men and boys.