2024 Call for Conference Presentations

Apply to Present at the National Conference on Gambling Addiction & Responsible Gambling 2024

Deadline for Submission: Wednesday, December 20, 2023

The National Conference on Gambling Addiction and Responsible Gambling 2024 will bring together over 600 local, national and international experts in problem gambling and responsible gambling to educate and inform a diverse group of public health, prevention, treatment, advocacy, recovery, research, regulatory and gambling industry professionals. 

Presenters and attendees will include professionals from many disciplines — behavioral health, social work, mental health and substance abuse, academic and commercial research, government agencies, regulatory bodies, media, as well as individuals in recovery and family members.

The 2024 Conference will utilize a dual format of online and in-person sessions.
    • Digital Symposium held virtually on February 15, May 16, September 19 and November 14, 2024.
    • Main Conference & Workshops held in person in San Diego, CA, July 17-19, 2024.

Presenter Benefits:

  • Lead Presenters will receive complimentary registration from NCPG for the event in which they are presenting: Digital Symposium, Pre-Conference or Main Conference.
  • Recognition as an expert in the field in conference marketing and promotional materials distributed across the country and around the world, as well as to hundreds of attendees who are often key stakeholders in their jurisdictions.
  • Continuing education credit, if applicable.
  • Networking and exposure to leaders in the field.

The National Conference on Gambling Addiction and Responsible Gambling is designed to provide attendees with training and experiences to:

  • Critically evaluate factors and conditions related to matters of problem gambling and responsible gambling. 
  • Gain knowledge on problem gambling from the perspectives of prevention, treatment, responsible gambling and regulation, community, military, and recovery. 
  • Become informed of the latest developments in the problem gambling and responsible gambling fields. 
  • Learn about problem gambling and responsible gambling issues that are relevant to diverse populations. 
  • Discover methods and information that will help to improve health and wellness by reducing the personal, social and economic costs of problem gambling.

Who Should Submit a Presentation?

  • Addiction counselors  
  • Mental health treatment providers  
  • Gambling counselors  
  • Social workers  
  • Researchers  
  • Prevention service providers  
  • Public policymakers  
  • Gaming industry professionals  
  • Lottery staff  
  • Regulators  
  • Physicians  
  • Psychologists  
  • Students  
  • Individuals in recovery as well as their family members  

Presenter / Presentation Questions

Sushmita Upadhaya, Research & Program Administrator

National Council on Problem Gambling