Projects tagged with Gambling
86 results found
This project aims to identify the impact of gambling on communities as a whole, how to measure the impact of gambling on community well-being or how to address gambling related community based harm. The project will entail three main phases: Phase one: identification of measures...
This project was contracted to address four priorities: Review and analysis of national service statistics and client data to inform workforce development, evaluation of Ministry systems and processes, and other aspects of this project Process and outcome evaluation of the...
Topics: Literature review, Research, Diet & Nutrition, Disease, Drugs & Alcohol, Gambling, Healthcare, Asian, Lifestyle & Standard of Living, Sport & Recreation
The results of this report provide an overview of the health status of Asian communities in 2006–07, in comparison with the rest of the New Zealand population; and at the same time provide information on trends in health status among the Asian communities since 2002–03. The large number of Asian participants has allowed analyses...
Topics: Evaluation, Research, Community Development, Gambling, Information & Communications Technology, Media & Communications
Stage two of the Kiwi Lives programme uses television advertisements to tell three real-life stories that show the devastating impact of gambling on an individual and a family, and how one community has responded to gambling harm.
Secondary Analysis of two Data subsets, Youth and Asian, from the 2006/07 Gaming and Betting Activities Survey - Researcher/Provider Initiated Research 2008/09
This project will conduct analysis of the Asian and youth subsets of the 2006/07 Gaming and Betting Activities survey to: identify correlates for risk and protective factors specific to youth identify within the youth sample on variables such as ethnicity, gender, NZDep,...
9 May 2009
This report summarises the key findings of the project to provide an indication of current problem gambling need in New Zealand. The overall objective of this project was to review, analyse and synthesise a range of component inputs which have either been completed or are currently being carried out by the...
2 May 2009
This report presents key findings about problem gambling and gambling-related harm in the New Zealand population, from the 2006/07 New Zealand Health Survey. In particular, the report examines gambling participation, the prevalence of gambling-related harm, other behaviours and health outcomes linked with...
9 Feb 2009
The aim of this project was to carry out a formative investigation of the link between gambling (including problem gambling) and crime in New Zealand. Problem gambling has been linked with a range of crimes and the purpose of this project is to develop a better understanding of the nature of these links with particular reference...
The aim of this project was to provide a broader lens through which the costs and benefits of gambling can be analysed, and the societal-level impacts of gambling better understood. The specific aims of this project were to: assess the social and economic impacts of gambling in...
In March 2006 the Ministry contracted for services to provide a better understanding of the range of treatment approaches used in New Zealand, and whom they are effective for. This project aimed to: identify different problem gambling intervention services that are representative of the range of...
Peer review status