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PRoGRAM-A Preventing gambling related harm in adolescents: developing a peer-led, social network Intervention

Funded by The Carnegie Trust.

PRoGRAM-A is a peer-led, school-based education programme that aims to reduce gambling related harm by equipping students with the self-efficacy to make informed and responsible decisions regarding their attitudes toward gambling and gambling behaviour. The PRoGRAM-A collaboration brings together researchers, statisticians, behaviour specialists and youth practitioners from a number of universities and third sector organisations across the UK

Total award value £9,752.00

People

Dr Claire Eades
Dr Claire Eades

Lecturer, Health Sciences

Dr Josie Evans
Dr Josie Evans

Reader, Health Sciences Stirling

Professor Pat Hoddinott
Professor Pat Hoddinott

Chair in Primary Care, NMAHP

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