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Study of Gambling in Victoria: Problem Gambling from
a Public Health Perspective, 2009

This epidemiological research project surveyed 15,000 Victorians, looking at their gambling behaviours, health and characteristics. Epidemiology is the branch of medical science that deals with the study of the causes, distribution, and control of disease in populations. This is the baseline study for the Victorian Gambling Study.
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2003 Victorian Longitudinal Community Attitudes Survey

This study is based on a substantial sample, asking 8,479 Victorian residents broad ranging questions about their gambling practices, perceptions and attitudes.
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New Zealand Ministry of Health: Problem Gambling in New Zealand

To meet the requirements of the Gambling Act 2003, the Ministry of Health developed a research strategy for 2005 – 2010. The strategy outlines the Ministry’s intentions for monitoring, research and evaluation over this period.
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Alberta Gaming Institute Research

Canada’s Alberta Gaming Research Institute is made up of the University of Alberta, University of Calgary, and the University of Lethbridge. Its main purpose is to support and promote research into gaming and gambling in the Province of Alberta.
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SWEdish LOngitudinal Gambling Study - SWELOGS

SWELOGS is Sweden’s largest research program ever to look at the relation between gambling for money and health in Swedes. The program has three components: an epidemiological study of 15,000 people followed over time; an in-depth study of 1,750 people who participated in additional interviews, and a follow-up study of 578 people from the latest Swedish population study on gambling and gambling addiction from 1997-1998.
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