Dr Angela Rintoul is a Research Fellow at the Australian Gambling Research Centre. Her main responsibilities include:
- the place-based study Gambling in Suburban Australia
- a collaborative project led by Monash University to identify effective policy interventions to prevent gambling-related harm;
- a scoping study to establish a National Gambling Reporting System; and
- working with the Corners Prevention Unit, review of trends in gambling-related suicides in Victoria.
Prior to joining AIFS, Angela worked as a researcher at Monash University on a range of studies focused on preventing and reducing harm from electronic gambling machines.
Angela is an Adjunct Research Fellow at the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at Monash University and a member of the Public Health Association of Australia.