A description of problem gamblers in Alberta, summary of main findings : a secondary analysis of the Gambling and Problem Gambling in Alberta Study
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AbstractThe primary goal in conducting this additional analysis was to provide AADAC field staff and others involved in providing problem gambling services with useful information for prevention, education and treatment programs for clients and collaterals. As such, Dr. Wynne has considered the implications of these latest findings for programming and further research into problem gambling. This summary will provide an overview of the main findings from each section of Dr. Wynne's first additional analysis report. The reader is directed to the original report (A description of problem gamblers in Alberta: A secondary analysis of the Alberta study data) for further information and detail.
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