GambleAware Conference 2018

GambleAware will hold its 6th annual conference on Wednesday 5th December 2018 at The King's Fund in London. The theme is "Reducing gambling-related harms: Diversity".

Please register here, find the programme here, and meet the speakers here.

About the Conference

The GambleAware Conference 2018 will bring together attendees from all gambling sectors, the research community, the regulator, government and treatment providers throughout the UK and beyond. The conference will feature an impressive line-up of speakers, interactivity with peers and a marketplace including poster presentations of GambleAware-funded research.

The aim of this year’s conference will be to discuss ‘diversity’ in relation to reducing gambling-related harms in Britain, focused on four sessions: health, research, consumers, and business. Read the programme here.

Details:
Start: 9.30am
Finish: 4pm
Networking drinks: From 4pm

Find the venue details here.

Why attend?

The annual GambleAware conferences have been instrumental in shaping the direction of research and policy development as well as informing industry practice in relation to promoting player protection and safer gambling behaviour. The GambleAware conference is the perfect opportunity to share insights and best practices with leaders and experts from across the field in an interactive environment.

  • Hear about the latest topics in relation to diversity
  • Get advice from experts on diversity in relation to reducing gambling-related harms
  • Keep up to date with the latest research developments
  • Meet leading experts in the industry
  • Form partnerships with international peers
  • Learn effective new strategies for a diversity workforce from experts and industry professionals

Who should attend?

  • Gambling operators
  • Regulators and government
  • Industry associations
  • Researchers
  • Treatment providers
  • Law firms and legal consultants
  • Anyone with an interest in reducing gambling-related harms.

Previous GambleAware Conferences