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Authors and Acknowledgements
Ten to Men: The Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health was commissioned by the Commonwealth Department of Health. The study was initially conducted by the University of Melbourne who released datasets, including data documentation, for Wave 1 and Wave 2. Roy Morgan Research undertook the data collection and initial data processing for these two waves.
After a competitive tender process in 2017, the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) was awarded with the tender to conduct Wave 3. Since then, the Wave 1 and Wave 2 datasets, including data documentation, have been updated by AIFS.
Bandara, D., Howell, L., Silbert, M., Mohal, J., Garrard, B., & Daraganova, G. (2019). Ten to Men: The Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health - Data User Guide, Version 3.0, September 2019. Melbourne: Australian Institute of Family Studies.