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National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

Preliminary findings from research prioritising veterans (the UK Veterans’ Health & Gambling Study or VEGAS) to examine gambling attitudes and behaviour, mental health and healthcare utilisation in armed forces veterans and non-veterans (HCRW, Swansea University)

Updates

April 2021

Research prioritising veterans (i.e., the <a href=""https://veteranshealthandgambling.org/"" class=""govuk-link"" rel=""noreferrer noopener"" target=""_blank"">UK Veterans’ Health & Gambling Study (opens in new tab) or VEGAS), which is funded by Forces in Mind Trust, is nearing the completion of data collection, with preliminary findings expected in early 2021.

November 2020

Research prioritising veterans (i.e., the UK Veterans’ Health & Gambling Study (opens in new tab) or VEGAS), which is funded by Forces in Mind Trust, is nearing the completion of data collection, with preliminary findings expected in early 2021.

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