(Time: 12pm-2pm ET / 9am-11am PT) Most discussions of a public health approach to the impact of gambling have focused largely on the impact of those with a diagnosable gambling disorder. This is only looking at the tip of the iceberg. This presentation will consider how a public health approach can consider a more comprehensive range of gambling related harms as well as a broad range of social determinants of gambling related harms. Finally, the ways in which a public health approach contrasts with a responsible gambling/individual responsibility model will be discussed.
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