This survey is part of series of larger surveys that aim to provide information on the health and wellbeing of young people attending New Zealand secondary schools. The current survey was conducted in 2012 and involved questions about gambling, amongst other topics.
A review and assessment of available international and national literature on youth gambling prevalence along with a secondary analysis of relevant national data sets that can provide further understanding of the nature and extent that problem gambling impacts on young people.
AUT added a gambling compenent to their existing longitudinal study of Pacific Island families in 2006. This involved the collection of in-depth gambling-related data from mothers and fathers when the children were six years of age.
The purpose of this manual is to advise the Ministry of Health’s contracted Problem Gambling Service providers on how they should collect and submit service utilisation data into the Client Information Collection “CLIC” database.
The purpose of this manual is to specify the minimum standards for Problem Gambling Intervention Service Providers data and information. This manual specifies the minimum standards for Providers’ capture, maintenance, privacy and security of data and information.