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Cover of "Building Knowledge of Women’s Lived Experience of Gambling and Gambling Harms across Great Britain: Phase 2"
Building Knowledge of Women’s Lived Experience of Gambling and Gambling Harms across Great Britain: Phase 2
IFF Research

GambleAware commissioned a consortium of IFF Research, the University of Bristol and GamCare’s Women’s Programme to build knowledge about why women in Britain take part in different types of gambling, the effect this has on them and their lives, and their experience of support and treatment services.

Phase 2 explored the views of women in Great Britain experiencing gambling and gambling harms using a combination of individual depth interviews and a five-day long online community, building on the literature and insights collected as part of Phase 1.

Cover of "National Gambling Treatment Service campaign – Evaluation"
National Gambling Treatment Service campaign – Evaluation
GambleAware (Dan Riley; Research lead for advertising and brand)

This short paper recaps the campaign background, rationale and execution for the National Gambling Treatment Service campaign launched by GambleAware on the 22nd March 2022. This paper will also introduce the campaign evaluation approach and some of the key findings from the evaluation.

Cover of "Stigma Scoping Review"
Stigma Scoping Review
Dr Anne Stangl, Triantafyllos Pliakas, and Mariana Siapka

Building Knowledge of Stigma Related to Gambling and Gambling
Harms in Great Britain: A scoping review of the literature

Cover of "Background to National Gambling Treatment Service Campaign"
Patterns of Play: Extended Executive Summary Report
University of Liverpool (David Forrest and Ian G. McHale) and NatCen (Sokratis Dinos, Robert Ashford, Helena Wilson, Mari ToomseSmith, Alexander Martin)

The Patterns of Play report was carried out by researchers from the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) and the University of Liverpool and commissioned by GambleAware to better understand online gambling behaviour in Great Britain.

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