Research programs and activities
The aim of the Foundation's research program is to build our understanding of gambling harm and we manage a range of research programs and activities that align with our current research directions.
Study of gambling and health in Victoria
The study of gambling and health in Victoria report presents findings from a 2014 exploration into participation in gambling in Victoria and the prevalence of problem and at-risk gambling.
Victorian gambling study
This three-year longitudinal study explores gambling in Victoria from a public health perspective.
Grants for Gambling Research Program
Each year the Foundation's Grants for Gambling Research Program explores different topics related to gambling, including gambling environments, normalisation, young people, stigma, vulnerable populations and responsible gambling.
The Foundation funds research that explores areas of strategic relevance to the gambling harm reduction sector including:
Our discussion papers are summaries of research exploring key issues concerning gambling harm reduction. This includes gambling among young people, responsible gambling, using a public health approach to reduce gambling harm, risk factors for problem gambling and the hidden harms from low and moderate risk gambling. Read more.
Grants for Clinical Research on Gambling Program
The Grants for Clinical Research on Gambling Program funded five projects on gambling treatment and recovery.
All published research
Search for published research papers that have been commissioned by the Foundation from our library of over 39 reports.