Tasmanian Research

International Students Gambling Study 2018

A report by the Gambling Support Program, Department of Health and Human Services, Tasmania

International Students Gambling Report

Sports Betting Research Report 2014

A report commissioned by the Gambling Support Program, Department of Health and Human Services, Tasmania.
School of Social Sciences, University of Tasmania

Problem Gamblers: General Practitioners' Perception of Self-Competency in Detection and Intervention 2013

A report commissioned by the Gambling Support Program, Department of Health and Human Services, Tasmania.
School of Psychology, University of Newcastle
School of Psychology, University of Tasmania
School of Health and Human Sciences, Southern Cross University

Weighing up the odds: Young Tasmanians' knowledge of, attitudes to, experiences of, and future intentions about gambling 2011

A report commissioned by the Gambling Support Program, Department of Health and Human Services, Tasmania.
Faculty of Education, University of Tasmania

An Exploratory Investigation of Online Gambling Amongst University Students in Tasmania

A report by the Gambling Support Program, Department of Health and Human Services, Tasmania.
Corina Ly, Gambling Support Program, 2010

Previous research suggests that there is a high participation rate of online gambling amongst university students and that they may be vulnerable to online gambling problems. The primary aim of this exploratory study was to investigate online gambling amongst students at the University of Tasmania with a focus on observing indications of problem gambling.

A study investigating the use and effectiveness of the Tasmanian Self-Exclusion Program

A report by the Gambling Support Program, Department of Health and Human Services, Tasmania.
Corina Ly, Gambling Support Program, 2010

Tasmanian Gambling Prevalence Studies

Fourth Study (released 2006)

Third Study (released 2001)

Second Study (released 1996)

Community Sector Research