Grants for Clinical Research on Gambling Program - Round 1

The first round of funding under the Grants for Clinical Research on Gambling program funded five projects on the topics of gambling treatment and recovery.

Development and evaluation of an online gambling self-help program: effective integration into existing Victorian services

Associate Professor Nicki DowlingDeakin University
$282,260

This project is developing, trialling and evaluating an online self-help program for people with gambling problems. The project is a joint initiative of researchers at Deakin University, Turning Point, Statewide Gambling Therapy Service and the Australian National University.

Gambling problems and recovery processes in young people

Sophie Vasiliadis
Australian Institute of Family Studies
$48,070

This early career researcher project is investigating the gambling careers of young people, including motivators and barriers to gambling and recovery. The study is also exploring the individual, familial, social and environmental factors that influence the experience and success of recovery in young people.

Effectiveness of e-therapy in the treatment of problem gambling

Simone Rodda
Turning Point Drug and Alcohol Centre
$50,000

This early career researcher project is exploring the use of e-therapy in the treatment of problem gambling. The project is evaluating the effectiveness of using web based tools in delivering ongoing treatment and follow up. 

Supporting problem gamblers to seek help and recover: guidelines for the public

Betty Kitchener
Mental Health First Aid Australia
$170,000

This project is developing first aid guidelines for the public to use in supporting members of the public who are experiencing gambling related harm. These guidelines will be a valuable resource for gambling service providers, community educators and the public.

Investigating youth gambling in rural and regional contexts

Phil Eddy
St Luke's Anglicare
$49,670

This project is an exploratory investigation of youth gambling in a regional Victorian context.

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