4th Welsh National Conference on

EXCESSIVE

GAMBLING

WALES 18

029 2030 2101 

ALL IN THE MIND:

GAMBLING ADDICTION AND THE BRAIN

CARDIFF BAY 20 JUNE 2018 

#EGW18

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The Excessive Gambling Wales 2018 download area will be available 24 hours post conference.

2018 Presentation archive

2018 Presentations

  1. Responding to the commercial determinants of gambling harm
    Prof. Samantha Thomas, Deakin University

  2. Pathological Gambling
    Dr. Henrietta Bowden-Jones

  3. People Powered Services
    Wynford Ellis Owen

  4. Gambling With Health
    John McCracken

  5. Trends and Patterns in UK treatment seeking gamblers
    Dr. Steve Sharman

Rebecca Cassidy Report
Frequency, duration and medium of advertisements for gambling and other risky products in commercial and public service broadcasts of English Premier League football

2017 Presentation archive

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
Dr. Frank Atherton, Chief Medical Officer for Wales

GAMBLING RESEARCH: WHAT DO WE NEED TO KNOW?

Prof. Rebecca Cassidy, Goldsmiths University

ADDICTION, IDENTITY & RECOVERY

Dr. Tim Leighton, Action on Addiction

ADDICTION, IDENTITY & RECOVERY

Dr. Tim Leighton, Action on Addiction

THE GROWTH OF GAMBLING SPONSORSHIP & MARKETING IN FOOTBALL

Prof. Carwyn Jones, Cardiff Metropolitan University

PROTECTION IN A DIGITAL AGE: HOW TECHNOLOGY CAN HELP COMBAT GAMBLING RELATED HARM
Jack Symons, gamban

FORCES IN MIND TRUST

Air Vice-Marshall Ray Lock CBE

LAUNCH OF FINDINGS FROM THE VETERANS IN GAMBLING RESEARCH PROJECT, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH FORCES IN MIND TRUST AND SWANSEA UNIVERSITY 
Prof. Simon Dymond & Elystan Roberts, Swansea University

2016 Presentation archive

2016 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  1. The Industry-Government Gambling Establishment and How it is Leading us Astray
    Prof. Jim Orford, University of Birmingham

  2. Identifying Gambling Problems in Healthcare Settings
    Sean Cowlishaw, Bristol University

  3. Psychological health and wellbeing of young professional footballers in the UK
    Prof. Robert Rogers, Bangor University

  4. Evidence and the Real World - What should we be doing?
    Tim Leighton, Action on Addiction

  5. Almost Winning: Or, How Losing Looks and Feels Just Like Winning
    Dr. Simon Dymond, Swansea University

2015 Presentation archive

2015 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

KEYNOTE: Addiction & Gambling - What is it? 
Phillip Townshend, Head Gambler’s Help Services
Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation

The Relationship Between Alcohol and Gambling Behaviours
Dr. Guy Bohane, University of Roehampton

Sport and the Normalisation of Gambling
Prof. Carwyn Jones, Cardiff Metropolitan University

Emotions, Identity and Recovery 
Tim Leighton, Action on Addiction

Annual Lecture: Gambling in Victoria, Australia 
Phillip Townshend, Head Gambler’s Help Services
Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation

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