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National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

Open call for Secondary data analysis of nationally representative datasets that address gambling and health in Great Britain (Greo)


May 2022

Delivery of the secondary analysis reports expected in February of 2022 have been rescheduled to June 2022.

In May 2022 Greo issued a call for two additional applications for the secondary analyses of high-quality datasets with potential to advance understanding of the relationship between gambling involvement and gambling related harm in Great Britain. Successful projects will begin in September 2022.

Link to the recent call below:

October 2021

Greo issued a call for Secondary Data Analysis Awards in June and subsequently funded two applications:

1) Exploring the problem gambling health-harm paradox - Dr. Heather Wardle and Dr. Isabel Taylor 2) A health inequality examination of problem gambling, substance abuse, mental health, and poverty in the United Kingdom; A secondary analysis - Nico Trajtenberg and Nigel Turner Projects are scheduled for completion February 2022.

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