Social Research Centre

Victorian Population Gambling and Health Study

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Research Areas

Health +
Wellbeing

Project Status

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Intention
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Invitation
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Involvement
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Insights
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Impact

The VPGHS is a cross-sectional, representative survey of Victorian adults that primarily aims to estimate the prevalence of gambling participation, problem gambling risk levels and gambling-related harms in the Victorian communityThis survey provides the most accurate population level evidence to inform prevention, intervention, treatment and support policies, programs and activities. In 2022, the ANU and the Social Research Centre were commissioned to undertake the latest iteration of the survey. This represents the fourth in the timeseries with previous surveys being conducted in 2008, 2014 and 2018. 

The report is to be released in 2024.

Partner

This research is being conducted for Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation by the Australian National University and Social Research Centre.   

Aims + Outcomes

The VPGHS is the primary means of obtaining data and insights into the gambling and health outcomes of Victorian residents. It gathers local population level data not currently available from other national datasets. 

Methods

Data collection was undertaken via telephone and involve 11,000 Victorians 18 years and older. The Social Research Centre led the methodological redesign of the project including use of the IPND sample frame. 

Insight

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20%

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1 in 10

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Impact

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Reports

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Full Analysis Report

Exposure and the impact on attitudes of the 2019-20 Australian Bushfires

Full Analysis Report

Exposure and the impact on attitudes of the 2019-20 Australian Bushfires

Full Analysis Report

Exposure and the impact on attitudes of the 2019-20 Australian Bushfires

Full Analysis Report

Exposure and the impact on attitudes of the 2019-20 Australian Bushfires

Have you been contacted about participating in this study?

Who participates?

Master project template 2: who participates. Over 13,000 interviews will be undertaken across New South Wales in the coming months.

What are the benefits?

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How does it work?

Master project template 2: how it works. You may have received a text message from 0481075514, or a phone call from 0290608424 or 0290608425 regarding this study.

How do we ensure privacy is protected?

Testing 2. The Social Research Centre complies with the Australian Privacy Principles. All personal contact information such as name, email and phone number is removed from the final data. Your responses will be de-identified, held in the strictest confidence and will not be disclosed to other organisations for marketing or research purposes. The responses of everyone who participates in this survey will be combined for analysis. Please see the SRC’s Privacy Policy.

FAQs

How will the information be used?

Participation is always voluntary, but your participation is important.

Why? Because it ensures representativeness and that results can be projected to the population.

How long will the survey take to complete?

Our staff may have contacted you as part of a research survey. We are a social research company, exempt from the Australian Do Not Call Register, meaning we may call telephone numbers listed on the Do Not Call Register to conduct opinion polling and standard questionnaire-based research. We are not telemarketers, we are not selling a product and we do not provide your name or contact information to any other parties. 

 

The phone numbers we dial are either:

  • Randomly generated by computer, using known telephone exchange prefixes
  • Randomly selected from available telephone directories
  • Provided to us by our clients.

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Resources

Full Analysis Report (Population Health Test)

Full Analysis Report (Population Health Test)

Get in touch

Contact

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If you would like to speak to a member of the research team, you can call the Ministry of Health hotline on 1800 620 277. The hours of operation are 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Monday to Friday to speak to somebody. At other times, leave a message and someone will call back.