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Ten to Men: The Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health - logo


New look, same study 

You may have noticed some changes to Ten to Men: The Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health. We are proud to present a new logo and updated website to take this unique and important study, focused on improving the health and wellbeing of men, into its next phase and beyond. 

We want you to know that the aim of the study is unchanged. The Ten to Men study remains committed to working with over 15,000 boys and men across Australia to produce high quality research to inform policies and programs designed to improve the health outcomes of males at different life stages.

The new logo illustrates the evolution of the study under the Australian Institute of Family Studies while incorporating elements of the previous logo that you may recognise.  

  • The cog used in the original logo continues to represent the important part research and evidence play in the improvement of male health in Australia.
  • The three puzzle pieces in the cog represent the new age groups or life stages of study participants as they get older. Each puzzle piece contributes to the ‘big picture’ of male health in Australia.
  • The transitional colours within each puzzle piece represent the diversity and unique experiences of males within each of the study age groups.
  • The connection between each of the puzzle pieces in the cog illustrates the important ‘mateship’ between study participants and other key stakeholders who contribute towards the study findings to improve health outcomes for boys and men. 

We have updated the website to ensure that we are able to deliver engaging and relevant study findings and the latest news to you in the best way possible – if you have any feedback please get in touch.

Find out more about the Ten to Men study.