Fellowship opportunity to develop and implement a KTE strategy related to problem gambling research
Application Deadline: March 7, 2014
Apply for up to $500 in funding to attend conferences related to harmful/responsible gambling.
OPGRC is seeking a graduate student to help with a variety of tasks related to reducing harm from problem gambling.
Embracing OPGRC’s new mandate of knowledge translation and exchange, the Synopsis Project provides accessible summaries of current problem gambling research. The centralized repository of problem gambling research produced since 2004 is available on OPGRC’s website, making it accessible free of charge to anyone. Read more
Towards DSM-V: 'Shadow syndrome' symptom patterns among pathological gamblers.
A systematic review and meta-analysis of cognitive-behavioural interventions to reduce problem gambling: Hedging our bets?
The self-regulation of gambling.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Knowledge Translation & Exchange Student Fellowships
The Conceptual Framework of Harmful Gambling to be presented at New Horizons Conference
New Release: Quinte Longitudinal Study Front-line Retention Manual
OPGRC is proud to announce four new staff members joining Ontario Problem Gambling Research Centre this month: Karen Danis, Kaushilya Weerapura, Sarah List, and Fyona Park
OPGRC Releases 2013 Annual Report