The harms from addiction spread beyond individuals, to families and the wider community. AIFS Australian Gambling Research Centre (AGRC) researches the harms from gambling.
AGRC publication— Feb 2018
This Research Summary details findings on sports betting activity in Australia.
This Research Summary details findings on poker activity in Australia.
AGRC publication— Nov 2017
This report gives an overview of gambling activity in Australia, with respect to participation, expenditure, and problems among regular gamblers.
This Research Summary details findings on race betting activity in Australia.
AGRC publication— Sep 2017
Electronic gambling machines are a high-intensity form of gambling and the most harmful form of gambling available in Australia.
AGRC publication— Jul 2017
This paper has been blind reviewed by an independent and unaffiliated expert in the field.
AGRC publication— Apr 2017
This study aims to describe the experiences of family members of gamblers seeking help online.
AGRC publication— Oct 2016
Examines the available literature about gambling participation within culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities in Australia.
AGRC publication— Aug 2016
Informs on the evidence and use of e-mental health support and treatment options and ways these may be developed in the future.
These guidelines have been developed to build the capacity of workers in the sexual assault and alcohol and other drug sectors to support clients.
This study explores "informal recovery pathways", and also compares the motivations and experiences of younger and older adults in Victoria.
This resource sheet provides estimates on the prevalence of FASD in the general and Indigenous populations of Australia.
AGRC publication— Nov 2014
Gambling problems can have severe personal consequences as well as have significant impacts on families and communities.
This report reviews and synthesises the research and interventions concerning the impact of parenting factors on adolescent alcohol use
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