Be a Presenter at the 32nd National Conference on Problem Gambling!

Pre-Conference: July 18-19
Main Conference: July 20-21

Hosted by the Problem Gambling Network of Ohio

Deadline for Submissions:
Friday, December 15, 2017


This is your chance to present your research and wow your colleagues at NCPG’s annual conference!
Join us at the Hilton Cleveland Downtown in beautiful and exciting Cleveland, Ohio.

The 32nd National Conference on Problem Gambling & Responsible Gambling will bring together more than 600 local, national and international experts in problem gambling and responsible gaming to educate and inform a diverse group of public health, prevention, treatment, advocacy, recovery, research, regulatory, and industry professionals. Behavioral health, social work, mental health and substance abuse counseling professionals comprise a majority of the audience; other attendees include researchers, legislators, regulators, prevention specialists, gaming industry executives and employees, media, policy makers, recovering gamblers, and family members.

We invite you to apply to participate as a presenter and help to advance our mission of leading state and national stakeholders in the development of comprehensive policy and programs for all those affected by problem gambling.

Here are some of the benefits you’ll gain as a presenter:

• Lead presenters will receive complimentary registration for the Main or Pre-Conference sessions and included meals.
• Promotion in conference marketing materials distributed across the country and around the world.
• Continuing education credit, if applicable.
• Networking and exposure to leaders in the field.

The main conference has a mix of plenary presentations and breakout tracks. Plenary presentations should address one of the track topics. Five simultaneous breakout tracks will be offered. The five presentation tracks are as follows: Treatment, Responsible Gaming and Regulation, Prevention, Recovery & Community, and –introducing for the first time — Military/Veterans Gambling & Addiction.

For more information on what we are looking for, see our submission guidelines below!

DOWNLOAD SUBMISSION GUIDELINESAPPLY HERE