Awareness and prevention
Information and resources
This report presents the findings of the world's largest clinical trial for problem gambling treatment, involving 462 callers to New Zealand's Gambling Helpline.
This research followed 156 people during adolescence and early adulthood to investigate how gender interacts with risk taking behaviour, temperament and psychiatric symptoms to predict the evolution of 'at risk' and problem gambling.
This report details the findings of the latest Queensland Household Gambling Survey, conducted in 2011–12.
The Victorian Gambling Study is a longitudinal research study on gambling and health in Victoria. This third report from the study presents findings from the 4158 participants who completed three waves of data collection between 2008 and 2011.
This report investigates people's knowledge and beliefs about gambling participation and problem gambling.
This research examined how gamblers respond to social marketing campaigns about the risks and harms of problem gambling and/or help seeking.
This report outlines the key issues and current research on the public health impacts of gambling in relation to a proposal to add a casino in the Greater Toronto Area.
The authors argue that due to the harmful repercussions stemming from their product, online gambling companies cannot meet the levels of corporate social responsibility available to other industries.
This qualitative study examines how early life experiences and life events influence gambling patterns and motivations over time.
This research examines how alcohol advertising reaches youth and reinforces norms, in contravention of the intention of advertising codes.
Short and sharp overviews and explanations of gambling regulation, data, and activities.