GAMBLING RECOVERY STUDY
PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FROM ALBERTA & MANITOBA
A team from the University of Lethbridge and the University Manitoba are currently conducting a study that is researching women’s experiences of recovery from problem gambling. We are inviting women aged 18 and over to participate in a one-hour interview.
We are interested in learning your perspectives on your definition of problem gambling, the life events or other issues that led to a problem with gambling, and those that supported a period of recovery. We would like to use this information to help service providers identify critical time periods for prevention and intervention, and facilitate greater help-seeking responses in women who identify as having a problem with gambling.
An honorarium will be provided to participants.
If you are interested in learning more about this project, please contact:
In Alberta: Noella Piquette
Faculty of Education, University of Lethbridge
In Manitoba: Kathy Levine
Faculty of Social Work, University of Manitoba
This research has been approved by the Human Subjects Review at the Univ of Manitoba Psychology- Sociology Research Ethics Board: 204-474-7122 firstname.lastname@example.org and the Univ of Lethbridge Office of Research Ethics: 403-329-2747 or email@example.com. Questions can be brought forward to the Ethics Board or researchers.
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