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A Rapid Evidence Assessment of Gambling Treatment Services

S. Mohammed, T. Barber, I. Bulceag, A. Benson, E. Cooper, B. Thompson, D. Irdam, S. Dinos & K. Windle
A Rapid Evidence Assessment was undertaken focusing on overarching treatment gaps, including: unmet need, demand, treatment types, barriers and facilitators to treatment, the structures and processes that support all populations, and are demonstrably effective and cost-effective.
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Effective Treatment and Support for Problem Gambling - Rapid Evidence Assessment

L. Kalbfleisch, D. Baxter, S. McKnight, T. Sztainert & M. Sohail
A rapid evidence review was commissioned to provide an updated evidence base on treatment and support for problem gambling in order to inform future growth, improvement, and evaluation of problem gambling treatment services across Great Britain. The report covers ten key treatment topics including: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy; Motivational Interventions; Remote and Self-Help Interventions; Helplines; Treatment Involving Concerned Significant Others; Residential Treatment; Pharmacological Treatments; Brain Stimulation; Gamblers Anonymous; Emerging Treatment Modalities.
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Exploring "what works" in creating infrastructures and engagement methods for people with lived experience within public health, health and social care, and addiction research

S. Bramley, C. Norrie, V. Lipman & J. Manthorpe
This report summarises the evidence on ‘what works’ in involving people with lived experience within public health, health and social care, and addictions services. It is a rapid scoping review of UK research to establish the current evidence base about' what works’ in relation to building infrastructures and engagement channels that draw on the knowledge of people with lived experience to meaningfully contribute to the wider debate about gambling and gambling related harm and to influence wider policy.
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Families Living with Problem Gambling: Impacts, Coping Strategies and Help-Seeking

J. Banks, C. Andersson, D. Best, M. Edwards & J. Waters
The principal aim of this research study was to give voice to family members, friends and other loved ones of problem gamblers, in order to document their lived experience. We explored the impact of problem gambling on families, how family members cope with a loved one's gambling problem, and their
help seeking behaviour, with a view to shaping best practice relating to the education, prevention and treatment of gambling-related harm, and to inform further research in this area.
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The effect of gambling marketing and advertising on children, young people and vulnerable adults

Ipsos MORI
In March 2018, GambleAware commissioned two independent consortia to assess the extent, nature and impact of gambling marketing and advertising on children, young people and vulnerable groups in the UK. The first consortium was led by Ipsos MORI (in partnership with University of Bristol, University of Edinburgh, Ebiquity and the Centre for Analysis of Social Media at Demos), and the second by the University of Stirling (in partnership with ScotCen Social Research, University of Glasgow, and University of Warwick). Each consortium looked at the broad spectrum of gambling marketing and advertising, using different research methods. Separate consortium reports have been prepared to give more detail on the work each consortia led and methods used.
Ipsos MORI have written this final synthesis report to explore the effect of gambling advertising on children, young people and vulnerable adults. It draws on data from all nine strands of research carried out as part of this study.
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Interim Synthesis Report Executive Summary - The effect of gambling marketing and advertising on children, young people and vulnerable adults

Ipsos MORI
Executive Summary: Ipsos MORI have written this interim synthesis report, which explores exposure, tone and format of gambling related marketing and advertising. It draws on data from all strands minus the survey of children and young people and collection of ‘click through data’ (strands 7 and 10). The results from these strands will be available in due course and will form part of the final, full synthesis report which will report on the impact of gambling advertising.
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The Effect of Gambling Marketing and Advertising on Children, Young People and Vulnerable People: Qualitative Research Report

A. Macgregor, H. Biggs & J. Shields
In March 2018, GambleAware commissioned a series of studies to assess the extent, nature and impact of gambling marketing on children, young people and vulnerable groups in the UK. Overall, the series of studies used a variety of methods to examine the extent of current gambling marketing in the UK across different media including social media, the nature and content of gambling marketing in different media, and how children, young people and vulnerable groups respond to gambling marketing. This report presents findings from the qualitative research conducted as part of this series of studies by ScotCen Social Research.
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