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National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

Scoping with leading academics in gambling harms space to develop and PhD proposal on engaging people with lived experience of gambling harms - 'Seldom Heard Voices' (the ALLIANCE, Scottish universities)


May 2022

The PhD Studentship began in September 2021 with a student with lived experience. This PhD is funded for the period of 2021-2024.The current focus of the PhD is to explore the role of women with lived experience of gambling harms in policy development in Scotland.

April 2021

Successfully appointed a PhD Candidate at University of Glasgow alongside Professor Reith and Professor Wardle. The candidate will study how best to involve people with lived experience in policy and research on gambling harm and will commence their studies in October 2021.

November 2020

Scoping ongoing. Replanned from Q1 due to partner universities timescales and shifted priorities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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