Swelogs facts sheet no 19 2014, Gambling, gambling problems and alcohol

Research shows that there is a clear correlation between gambling problems and alcohol consumption. It is therefore important to consider prevention measures from both the problem gambling and alcohol fields and assess whether it it would be beneficial to integrate preventative efforts.

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Swelogs, the Swedish longitudinal gambling study, is a Swedish population study of health and gambling being conducted over seven years, between 2008 and 2015. The study aims to build an evidence base to develop effective preventive measures against the harmful effects of excessive gambling. The roughly 8,000 randomly selected respondents between the ages of 16 and 84 who took part in the baseline study will be contacted at least three more times during the course of the study. Data used in this fact sheet is from 2008/2009. The degree of gambling problems was assessed based on the measurement instrument Problem Gambling Severity Index (PGSI).

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  • Author: Public Health Agency of Sweden
  • Release date: 2014-04-07

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