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IMPACT | Ep 11 | Understanding gambling harms in Australian community

December 9, 2020

Australians are the world’s most prolific gamblers, losing close to $25 billion a year. But despite growing awareness of harms caused by the national habit, researchers from CQUniversity’s Experimental Gambling Research Laboratory say the problem is unlikely to improve without significant changes in the gambling industry.

EGRL head Professor Matt Rockloff, Research Professor - Gambling Studies Nerilee Hing and Psychology Professor Matthew Browne share their recent work with fellow EGRL team member Dr Alex Russell, and explain why gambling problems in Australia are bigger than simply “problem gambling”.

This is the 11th episode of CQUniversity’s podcast series IMPACT, and the final episode in this series. Subscribe to "CQUniversity Podcasts" via your podcast app and you'll be the first to know when next season launches in 2021. 

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