Want to learn more about risk informed gambling practices? Below you will find links to a range of content on the topic.
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www.health.auckland.ac.nz: Part of the University of Auckland’s Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences. Conducts research to reduce harm from gambling and to promote gambling related wellbeing in communities.
www.easg.org: Acts as a forum for knowledge dissemination regarding gambling in Europe.
www.gaphai.org: Consists of members from around the world who work collaboratively to eliminate gambling harm.
http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/GamblingIssuesInternational/: This is a mailing list forum restricted to professionals who work with gambling issues or problems
www.gambling-law-us.com: website provides information on gambling laws at both the State and Federal levels governing the legality of various types of gambling and gaming.
gamingresearch.blogspot.com: provides up to date problem gambling research and resources.
www.mcgill.ca/edu-ecp/research/gambling/: Conducts and disseminates research on youth gambling problems and concurrent disorders. The Centre also offers training, treatment, prevention, information dissemination, and engages in policy development. Online database available
www.tandf.co.uk: peer reviewed interdisciplinary journal. Offers a trans-national and comparative approach to problem gambling. Features a forum section.
www.springerlink.com : free on line journal, published twice a year, providing a forum for researchers, clinicians, policy specialists, educators and community workers on topics including mental health and addictions, policy, literature and treatment.
www.ncpgambling.org: a National advocate for problem gambling programs and services. Advocate for public awareness. Activities include: operating a helpline network, gambling counsellor certification, host conferences, resource distribution, organize problem gambling awareness week and provide education. Website provides information and links to many state affiliate websites.
www.ncrg.org: a national organization devoted to funding independent, peer-reviewed scientific research on pathological and youth gambling. Website provides useful links.
www.isdc.ch/en: this website contains legal and economic reports on gambling across the European Union.
www.rigt.org: Raise awareness about problem gambling, commission treatment, prevention and education, and research into problem gambling, for the United Kingdom.
www.basisonline.org: a free on line research bulletin published by the Division of Addictions at Harvard Medical School.