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Day 3 presentations

Morning session, The Pier

An indigenous perspective on human rights and gambling, Neavin Broughton, Problem Gambling Foundation New Zealand

Afternoon streams 1, Deakin University

Key settings in health promotion

Libraries after dark, Narelle Stute, Moreland City Council Library Service, Susan Rennie, Victorian Local Governance Association

Together we do better reducing gambling-related harm, Cathy Fyffe, Community Houses Association of the Outer Eastern Suburbs

Insights from Clayton CANVAS and a capacity building toolkit for public health workers, Simon Harrex, City of Monash, and Rebecca Zosel, Public Health Consultant


Online gaming and gambling in children and adolescents, Dr Daniel King, University of Adelaide

Considerations in working with young people, Irene Verins, VicHealth

Young leaders of the West: Development process of a youth-focused gambling awareness campaign, Karen Steenbergen, Stephanie Papadimitropoulos, IPC Health, Juliet Matskarofski, Nathan Heeremans, Rose O’Leary, Young Leaders

Local and state government

Gambling policy as a wicked challenge, Cate Carr, Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing

Show some ‘Betiquette’: targeting young, male at-risk sports bettors, Natalie Wright, Office of Responsible Gambling – NSW

Growing champions – building the capacity of local councillors to prevent gambling harm, Dr Susan Rennie, Victorian Local Government Association

Afternoon streams 2, Deakin University

Partnering for public health and prevention

Facilitating community action in the decision-making process of poker machines applications, Rose O'Leary and Dr Susan Rennie, Victorian Local Government Association

Integrating Gambler’s Help into a Regional Community Health Service, Tenille Thorburn, La Trobe Community Health

Venue support workers

Venue support managers meeting, Mark Thompson and Carla Scott, Bethany

Bringing research to life in staff venue training, Janine Robinson, Centre for the Advancement of Best Practices, RG+ Responsible Gambling Council Toronto, Canada

Evaluation of the collaborative process in supporting VSWs, Gambler’s Help North and North Western and Arabic Welfare

Sports and gambling

Gambling harm and social inclusion, Sons of the West

The ‘Reclink Model’ and the Regional Football League Project, Gambling Prevention Project, Chris Lacey, Reclink Australia

‘Family friendly’ EGM venue promotions may be problematic: Relationship and family harms derived from gambling, Julie Deblaquiere and Angela Rintoul, Australian Institute of Family Studies

Weighing up the odds: Young men, sports and betting, Dr Rebecca Jenkinson, Australian Institute of Family Studies

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