Thank you to all who presented at IGC2018. You can download a copy of their presentations via the links below. For privacy reasons, some of our speakers have asked that their presentations not be shared so if you want a copy of their presenation you’ll have to contact them directly.
Bostock , Gareth – Building a culture of care in Class 4 venues
Hay, Laura – Hedge your bets – Public health promotion in Christchurch
Francis, Louise – How perceptions of the relative social and economic benefits of EGMs influence licensing decisions: a qualitative study of stakeholders in Victoria, Australia.
Wren, John – Lessons from MOH Gambling Outcomes Reporting
Livingstone, Charles – Public Health and Gambling – what can we learn from other fields?
Spokes, Judy – Libraries after dark – an intervention to reduce gambling harm
Taylor, Richard & Wren, John – People-powered systems: Informing NZ’s next Gambling Harm Strategy
Harrex, Simon – Gambling‐Harm Prevention: The Role Of Local Government
French, Martin – Regulating gambling-related harms via the internet
Reynolds, Jennifer – Responsible gambling. Towards a critical understanding
Rimal, Retina – Concurrent disorders, problem gambling and decision‐making ability
Merkouris, Stephanie – Classification accuracy of brief screens for problem gambling: A systematic review and metaanalysis
Hing, Nerilee – Do wagering inducements encourage impluse betting among sports bettors?
Lau, Morten – Evaluating the welfare cost of gambling
Panyagaew, Wasan – Gambling as a community of practice among football fans
Ross, Don – Constructions of Cravings in Disordered Gambling Research: Theory and Evidence
Salonen, Anne – Gambling participation and gambling-related harm in Finland
Gueze, Gwendolyn – Just another gamble: Self-excluded participants’ motivations to breach
Denyer-Simmons, Henry – Pocket picking: Young men and gambling in NSW, Australia
Volberg, Rachel – Predictors of gambling & problem gambling in Massachusetts
Langham, Erika – Strengths based approaches to understanding gambling harm and help seeking behaviour
Suwannaphou, Mathurada – The adaptation of problem gambling and internet addiction questionnaires to raise awareness of problem in Thailand
Rodda, Simone – The prevalence of risky and problem gambling among people attending community mental health services in Victoria, Australia
Romild, Ulla – The Relations between gambling harms, mental health and risky alcohol consumption over time – the Swedish case
Kaakinen, Markus & Oksanen, Atte – Young People’s Reactions to Gambling Content in Social: An Experimental Insight
Russell, Alex – The social networks of gamblers
Kolandai-Matchett, Komathi & Ah-Honi, Pesio – Culture‐gambling intersectionality and harm magnification for Pacific people in New Zealand
Browne, Matthew – Evidence on the prevention paradox with respect to gambling-related harm
Landon, Jason – Exploratory studies of gambling impacts in people accessing
Bellringer, Maria – Family violence among help-seeking gamblers: The effect of having dependent children
Abbott, Max – Flipping the iceberg on gambling harm – a public health perspective on gambling and gambling-related harm
Hirini, Vicki – Building Resilience in a School Population
Wahsquonaikezhik, Sheila – Northern Ontario Indigenous Youth Engagement Project: Engaging our First Nation Communities and Youth – Creating pathways to cultural revitalization
Poznyak, Vladimir – Public health implications of gambling, gaming and psychoactive substance use.
Nelson, Anna; Dunnachie, Bronwyn & Mary Anne Cooke – Supporting Parents Healthy Children: Bringing that green book to life in addiction and minimising gambling harm services
Sonsuphap,Rattaphong & Phaksipaeng, Itsaree – Thai Boxing: Sport/Gambling
Egerer, Michael – The gambler, the game and the venue – A focus-group study on spaces and cultures of convenience gambling
Crawford, Lizz & Hewison, Grant – When a tavern is not a tavern, but a mini pokie‐casino
Nichelsen, Narelle – 5-Step Method of counselling for family & whanau members affected by someone else’s gambling, alcohol or drug use
Lynette Hutson & Lisa CampbellA Perfect Storm – what lies beneath the surface of clients presenting to Salvation Army … –