The 8th International Gambling Conference 2020, He haerenga – A journey from harm to wellbeing, is being held in Auckland 24-26 June, and the abstract submission date is fast approaching.
This well-established biennial event is one of the leading international conferences on harmful gambling attracting delegates from New Zealand and around the world. Be at the forefront of changes in the gambling landscape and be part of a conference featuring compelling workshops and international keynotes. This year we again have a great lineup of keynotes: Tuari Potiki (Director of the Office of Māori Development at the University of Otago and the chair of the New Zealand Drug Foundation); Prof John B. Saunders (Professor and Consultant Physician in Internal Medicine and Addiction Medicine in Australia); and Dr Amanda Roberts (Associate Professor in the School of Psychology at the University of Lincoln, UK).
All abstracts must be submitted via the website by 2 February 2020 and if your abstract is selected for the Conference, you will be notified by 4 March 2020.
A limited number of scholarships are available for New Zealand residents only.
For further information visit: www.internationalgamblingconference.com
The Conference is hosted by the Gambling and Addictions Research Centre, Auckland University of Technology (AUT) and the PGF Group. (The Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand is now trading as PGF Group).