RGSB Research Forums

The Responsible Gambling Strategy Board and the Responsible Gambling Fund held two research forums in February 2010, one in Glasgow and another in London. The forums were intended to engage more researchers directly in the Responsible Gambling Strategy Board's research strategy. We involved the leading academic institutions involved in gambling-related research, addictions, policy and law and legal studies and those new to the field.

The forums were also an opportunity for the ESRC/RGF match-funding researchers and RGF's past and current PhD students to present their findings (or work to date).

The presentations from the forums are below.

 

PublicationType

Introduction to London Forum

Professor Gerda Reith, University of Glasgow & Chair of RGSB Research Panel

Introduction to forum

Introduction to Glasgow Forum

Professor Gerda Reith, University of Glasgow & Chair of RGSB Research Panel

Introduction to forum

The antecedents and consequences of gambling behaviour in adolescence

Professor Alan Emond, University of Bristol


RGF funded research

Development of gambling awareness and treatment materials for criminal justice services

Professor Corinne May-Chahal and Alison Wilson, Lancaster University



RGF funded research

GPs' views and understanding of problem gambling

Professor Roslyn Corney, University of Greenwich


RGF funded research

New forms of participation: Problem internet gambling & the role of the family

Professor Gill Valentine and Dr Kahryn Hughes, University of Leeds
ESRC/RGF match-funding research
Learning under uncertainty: A model-based approach for understanding gambling behaviour

Erica Yu, University College London


RGF PhD student
The role of expertise in gambling behaviour

Sara Lueddeke, University of Southampton


RGF PhD student

Young people: Barriers to problem gambling treatment access

Jane Rigbye, Nottingham Trent University


RGF PhD student

Interactive gambling technologies: Addiction and psychosocial impact

Abby McCormack, Nottingham Trent Univeristy


RGF PhD student