GambleAware launches new analysis of problem gambling treatment

first_imgRunning at the same time as the annual survey, GambleAware said the aim is to compare survey responses to see how certain methodologies provide different estimates. GambleAware said the survey will cover findings by key demographics such as age, gender, ethnicity and geography, allowing it to highlight any key differences amongst certain groups. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter GambleAware launches new analysis of problem gambling treatment The study, conducted by Leeds Beckett University, found the multi-level nature funded treatment system meant not all components have a direct connection with one another. Regions: UK & Ireland This, GambleAware, said will allow for a greater understanding of how to most effectively estimate the shape and size of gambling harms across Britain, as well as present a clearer view of the barriers and demand for treatment. Tags: GambleAware Results of the surveys are due to be released in spring next year. Alongside the Annual GB Treatment and Support Demand Survey, GambleAware has also commissioned Yonda to run an additional quota survey, as well as both NatCen and Kantar to run a random probability survey. The survey, which will be conducted by YouGov, will run concurrently with three other surveys, each using identical questions on gambling behaviour, harms, and barriers and facilitators to accessing treatment and support.center_img 24th November 2020 | By Robert Fletcher Responsible gambling The new research comes after GambleAware last month revealed the multi-level setup of its treatment and support system has led to significant knowledge gaps, while its organic growth has resulted in the lack of a defined strategy. Topics: Social responsibility Responsible gambling The survey will take a sample of 18,000 respondents, up from 12,000 last year, in order to allow for a better comparison of differences between geographical areas at a smaller scale and to include a larger sample of ethnic minority communities. In addition, as the system structure has grown organically, rather than being purposefully designed through a defined strategy, this impacted its overall functioning, and has made collaboration between each component more difficult. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter British responsible gambling charity GambleAware has commissioned its second Annual GB Treatment and Support Demand Survey to determine the barriers, take up and demand for treatment and support for gambling harms in Great Britain. Email Addresslast_img read more