Learn about the type of data we collect and how to access it for research projects.

Data we collect

We have collected over 1,000 variables across more than 30 research domains including:

  • wellbeing
  • use of health services
  • social determinants
  • health status
  • behaviours
  • knowledge
  • linked data

Ten to Men data are also linked with external datasets, including the Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) and  Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS).

There are 4 waves of data available, see our collection of data use documentation.

Who can apply

Researchers (including students with supervisory input) affiliated with a university or other recognised research institutes, government departments or agencies, peak bodies and not-for-profit organisations are eligible to apply to access and use Ten to Men data.

Data are available to research projects that serve the public good, are scientifically and ethically sound, and contribute to the knowledge base on male health. 

Learn more about how to apply to access Ten to Men data.

Approved applications

From 2019 to mid-August 2023, 73 research projects have been approved to access and use Ten to Men data.