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Research Projects

GambleAware funds research to: build the ‘what works for whom’ evidence for education and prevention approaches and tools, and for treatment service design and commissioning; informs advocacy and influences policy-making at national and local level; and informs public awareness.

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The Future of Gambling

Gaming-gambling mergence: A mixed-methods investigation into the gaming/gambling interface
University of Wolverhampton; University of Plymouth

Safer Gambling App – EROGamb 2.0

Powerful Social Norms, Meaningful Transparency and Data-Informed Behavioural Change for Responsible Online Gambling
University of Bournemouth

Lived Experience Programme 2020/21

It is well demonstrated that the meaningful involvement of those with lived experience is crucial at all levels of service delivery, policy and legislation formation, research, and civil society discussion and debate.

GambleAware is keen to ensure that the early intervention and treatment services commissioned are what people want and need, and are effective in preventing and reducing gambling harms; ensuring the voice of people with lived experience is heard is key to that.