The National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) is delving deeper into gambling research with the launch of its new hub. Meet the team lead by renowned Director of Health, Sokratis Dinos, as they aim to stamp NatCen’s authority on the gambling policy landscape.
The National Centre for Gambling Research, led by Sokratis Dinos, is dedicated to conducting groundbreaking investigations on gambling. With the launch of its new hub, the team at NatCen aims to solidify their authority in the gambling policy landscape.
Gambling has become a significant societal issue, with more and more people struggling with addiction and financial problems as a result of their gambling habits. The National Centre for Gambling Research aims to address this issue by conducting research and providing evidence-based recommendations to inform policies and interventions.
The centre will focus on a range of topics related to gambling, including the impact of advertising and marketing techniques, accessibility and availability of gambling products, regulatory practices, and the effectiveness of treatment programs for gambling addiction.
NatCen’s team of experts will use a combination of quantitative and qualitative research methods to gather data from various sources, such as surveys, interviews, and focus groups. This interdisciplinary approach will provide a comprehensive understanding of the complex factors that contribute to gambling behavior.
One of the key goals of the National Centre for Gambling Research is to inform evidence-based policies that promote responsible gambling practices and minimize harm caused.