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The effectiveness of gambling exclusion programs in Queensland

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posted on 01.08.2018, 00:00 by Nerilee HingNerilee Hing, B Tolchard, E Nuske, Alexander RussellAlexander Russell
This is the research report for the study The Effectiveness of Gambling Exclusion Programs in Queensland, commissioned by the Queensland Department of Justice and Attorney General under its Responsible Gambling Research Grants Program 2011. The project was undertaken by the Centre for Gambling Education and Research (CGER) at Southern Cross University in collaboration with the University of New England. The study was conducted over 24 months, commencing in February 2012. The objectives of this research were to: 1. Examine what gambling exclusion programs are currently operating nationally and internationally and identify their commonalities and differences; 2. Assess the effectiveness of gambling exclusion programs operating in Queensland as a mechanism to minimise gambling-­‐related harm; 3. Determine whether these effects are sustained over time; and 4. Assess whether exclusion is more effective when combined with counselling and support.

Funding

Category 2 - Other Public Sector Grants Category

History

Start Page

1

End Page

325

Number of Pages

325

Publisher

Department of Justice and Attorney-General

Place of Publication

[Brisbane], Qld

Open Access

No

External Author Affiliations

London South Bank University; Southern Cross University

Era Eligible

Yes

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