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GambleAware Annual Conference 2022

GambleAware Annual Conference 2022

GambleAware's 10th Annual Conference is due to take place in the King’s Fund, London on 7 December 2022. The conference will be a hybrid event, and will be streamed live via our online webinar platform to reach a wider audience.

GambleAware's Annual Conference is due to take place on 7 December 2022 on the subject of:

'Taking action to tackle gambling harms as a public health issue'

As with previous years, GambleAware is inviting individuals, organisations and networks to submit a proposal to contribute and present at the conference on Wednesday 7th December 2022. 

GambleAware’s ambition is to create a varied and engaging agenda, by allowing others to help shape the programme and share their learnings with a diverse audience. To achieve this, the charity is keen to feature contributors and voices from across the research, prevention and treatment sectors, as well as voices of communities who have experienced gambling harms. This will help provide the audience with the opportunity to hear more about the broad range of work being delivered to help prevent gambling harms in Great Britain.  

We encourage applicants to explore a range of topics which can be applicable to the overarching theme of public health, such as: 

  • Stigma 
  • Inequalities 
  • Cost of living crisis 
  • Population health 
  • Regulation  

There are limited speaking opportunities available, however there will some additional exhibition space available for poster presentation for a selection of bidders not chosen to present. If you would like to submit an abstract (proposal), please complete the submission form.  

All submissions will be reviewed by an external panel of experts and an eligibility panel.  

The deadline for submissions is Thursday 25th August 2022 and should be sent to:

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