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National Strategy to Reduce Gambling Harms

Survey amongst lived experience communities on preferred language and usefulness of tools


October 2021

The results of the survey were inconclusive with further research needed to be done in this area. EPIC received 170 responses with no strong conclusions to be drawn form the results. There are many varied opinions present when it comes to language in this area.

April 2021

EPIC are carrying out a survey amongst those with lived experience. Affected others and recovery professionals to determine preferred language when referring to things such as a problem gambler or the act of problem gambling.

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