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National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

Conduct ProGRAM-A pilot delivery (PReventing Gambling RelAted harM in Adolescents) a peer delivered, social network and school based intervention to raise awareness of gambling related harm among young people (University of Edinburgh)

Updates

April 2021

The widespread closure of schools across Scotland during the 2019-21 academic year has caused a delay to delivering the University of Edinburgh's ProGRAM-A pilot of peer delivered interventions to raise awareness of gambling harms. The team have secured a small extension and plan to conduct the pilot delivery of PRoGRAM-A in August 2021 (COVID permitting). "

November 2020

The widespread closure of schools across Scotland during the 2019-20 academic year has caused a delay to delivering the University of Edinburgh's ProGRAM-A pilot of peer delivered interventions to raise awareness of gambling harms. The team have secured a 6 month extension until 31st July 2021 and plan to conduct the pilot delivery of PRoGRAM-A in January 2021 (COVID permitting).

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