Your Wave 3 survey

Begin your survey

Thanks for being part of Ten to Men, Australia’s largest longitudinal study on male health. We are inviting you to take part in the next stage of the study by completing your Wave 3 survey. Here is some information about the survey and how to complete it.

What’s new?

The survey is now managed by the Australian Institute of Family Studies. The survey will be conducted by the Social Research Centre (SRC) and their partner fieldwork provider Ipsos Public Affairs (Ipsos).

In addition to offering online, telephone and paper versions of the survey, this wave some participants will have the opportunity to complete the survey on a tablet. 

What will I be asked about?

The topics covered in this wave include:

  • Demographic and background information
  • Mental health
  • Health conditions
  • Sexual health
  • Sleep
  • Risk taking
  • Disability
  • Drugs, alcohol, and smoking
  • Diet and exercise
  • Health service use
  • Relationships and support

How do I complete the survey?

You will receive a letter and an email containing a link to the online survey with a unique log-in code. Follow the link, log in and complete your survey. The survey should take roughly 30-35 minutes to complete.

How long will I have to complete the survey?

We are asking respondents to complete the survey online before 14 November 2019. We will be giving a $200 eGift card to five randomly selected respondents who submit a completed survey online before this date. If you do not complete the online survey before 14 November 2019, a Ten to Men trained interviewer will contact you to make an appointment to come and visit you at your home.

Thank you

You are irreplaceable – due to the longitudinal nature of the study, your place cannot be taken by anyone else. To show our appreciation for your continued participation, we will send you a $20 eGift card upon completion of your Wave 3 survey.

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Access our ‘Information for Participants’ page.