For those wishing be involved in Gamvisory’s Portal:
Tell us about yourself as an aside to the gambling.
Your general journey, your/their involvement in treatment. What worked and what flaws were there?
Period of time gambling, method of gambling and last gambling event.
whether crime was involved and the effect this had. What could have been differently both prior to the crime, the court stage and at prison/other sentence?
your/affected other’s mental health issues both past and present- could things have been done differently to identify these issues before and during treatment?
Suicide attempts/thoughts experienced.
Any involvement already in articulating what has happened to you? (volunteer work, media exposure, GA, any other organisation).
Your general views about what happened and why (blame, effects on mental health from the addiction/disorder, other interventions or failed interventions).
What could have been done differently to have assisted you?
Your views on the contribution that the gambling industry had on the addiction/disorder (eg. products, advertising, targeting, exposure, accessibility, intervention)
Whether you have views on certain arms of the industry (eg Gamcare, Ygam)
Whether you have any views on the ‘personal responsibility’ messages from the industry and arms of the industry.
What can be done differently to assist others from suffering a similar journey?
Please use these pointers as a guide for your content to us. We will endeavour to get back to all of you as soon as we can. Feedback is important to us so if you feel we have missed out anything important, please let us know.
For all other enquiries please ignore this guide and drop us an email.
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Last updated: 02.02.2020
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