Media release 16 Nov 2022
The true impact of natural disasters on Australian men’s mental health
The fourth and final report of the landmark Ten to Men research series reveals that one in four Australian men were impacted by a natural disaster between 2019 to 2021.
News item 10 Nov 2022
Featured project: Evaluation of the Children’s Contact Service Activity
The Evaluation of the Children’s Contact Service Activity will examine the history of CCSs and the current context in which government funded CCSs are operating.
Ten to Men Insights #2 report
A broad overview of the health of males in Australia, using insights from the Ten to Men study.
Recent natural disasters in Australia: Exploring the…
This chapter from the Ten to Men Insights #2 Report investigates Australian men's experiences of natural disasters and focuses on their mental and use of health care…
Financial support between family members
This research snapshot looks at some of the ways that family members provide financial support to one another, and how giving and receiving financial support differs…
Responding to food relief needs
This short article outlines the evidence on responding to food relief needs in a dignified, nutritious, sustainable and equitable way.
Supporting young people experiencing disadvantage to secure…
This short article provides an evidence overview and strategies for supporting young people experiencing disadvantage and unemployment.
How to ask adult mental health clients about sexual abuse
Explains why adult mental health clients might not disclose their sexual abuse histories and summarises strategies to assist with effective enquiry.
Evaluation of the Children’s Contact Service Activity
Australian Gambling Research Centre
AGRC, the national gambling research agency
Growing Up in Australia
The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC)
Ten to Men
The Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health