authors:Alex Blaszczynski, Robert Ladouceur, Howard J. Shaffer
published in: 2004
summary: As social observers increasingly identify gambling-related problems as a public health issue, key stakeholders need to join together to reduce both the incidence and prevalence of gambling-related harm in the community. This position paper describes a strategic framework that sets out principles to guide industry operators, health service and other welfare providers, interested community groups, consumers and governments and their related agencies in the adoption and implementation of responsible gambling and harm minimization initiatives.
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type: article in journal
is part of a publication: Journal of Gambling Studies
original language: English
article pagination: start page: 301 - end page: 317
- ISSN: 1050-5350
keywords: gambling , gambling-related harms , problem gambling , public health , responsible gambling
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