Intervening in Indigenous Gambling: A Systematic Review of the Literature
This study aimed to systematically search and review the literature relating to interventions designed for Indigenous populations that seek to prevent or address gambling harm, to support the design of new programs. Peer-reviewed articles and grey literature that described programs of this nature and/or which reported outcomes for Indigenous participants were included in the review.
This study was funded by Mallee District Aboriginal Services, with support from the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation.
Declaration of conflicts of interestThe authors have no conflicts of interest to declare.
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