Implementation 2013/2014–2015/2016

The following problem gambling research projects are currently in progress, near completion (Report undergoing peer review), or have been completed in this period.

Provider Name Title Contract Value (excluding GST) Status
Summary of Problem Gambling Research contracts 2014-16
Auckland University of Technology National Gambling Study-baseline prevalence and 12 month phase
National Gambling Study: New Zealanders' Attitudes Towards Gambling
$2,678,000 Completed
Auckland University of Technology National Gambling Study - two and three year follow-up with venue intercept $2,735,394 Completed
Auckland University of Technology National Problem Gambling Interventions Effectiveness Trial: 36 month follow-up and outcomes $250,000 Completed
Auckland University of Technology Offshore Gambling by New Zealanders Study $38,815 Completed
Auckland University Of Technology Problem gambling and family violence in help-seeking populations: Prevalence, co-occurrence, impact and coping $162,536 Completed
Auckland University of Technology Pacific Islands Families Study 2014 $195,000 In progress
Auckland University of Technology Investigation into the Effect of Gambling Game Characteristics, PIDS and Pop-up Technology on Gambling and Problem Gambling Behaviour $335,600 Completed
Auckland University of Technology Evaluation and Clinical Audit of Problem Gambling Intervention and Public Health Services $739,374 Completed
Central Queensland University and Auckland University of Technology Measuring the Burden of Gambling Harm in New Zealand $319,364 Completed
Hapai Te Hauora Tapui Ltd Investigating Maori Input into Decision Making on Gambling $65,200 Report undergoing peer review
Hapai Te Hauora Tapui Ltd Investigating the effectiveness of a Sinking Lid Policy for Maori problem gambling $59,013.12 In progress
Massey University SHORE A Study of Community Level Harm from Gambling $450,000 In progress
Shottler Pty Limited How New Zealand gamblers set gambling limits: pre-commitment $131,556 Completed
Te Runanga o Kirikiriroa Impact of Gambling & Problem Gambling on Māori Families and Communities $299,480 Completed
Malatest International Sorted Whanau Study: Financial Capability Education and Problem Gambling $88,075 Completed
University of Auckland Youth 2012 Exploration of Youth Participation in Gambling $221,000 Completed
University of Auckland Feasibility study of smart-phone based application for problem gambling $61,967 Completed
University of Auckland Analysis and Reporting of 2011/2012 New Zealand Health Survey Gambling Data $98,300 Completed
University of Auckland Results of the 2011/12 New Zealand health survey $98,300 Completed

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