Adapting the Reno Model for Alberta
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Hodgins, David C.
Smith, Garry J.
Williams, Robert J.
Final Report submitted to the Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission
Blaszczynski et al. (2004) are to be complemented for recognizing the need for a globally relevant and comprehensive responsible gambling game plan. Though not yet used in any jurisdiction, the Reno Model has created interest and debate among researchers, regulators and problem gambling service providers. The Reno Model authors have stressed that they do not view their creation as a finished product, only a launch pad for furthering responsible gambling initiatives. With this cooperative spirit in mind, we probe the Reno Model and consider its suitability for use in Alberta.
Abstract only included. This document was never publicly released by the Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission (AADAC).
Compulsive Gambling Prevention , Compulsive Gambling Alberta
el-Guebaly, Currie, S., Hodgins, D., Smith, G., Williams, R. J. (alphabetical listing) (2005). Adapting the Reno Model for Alberta. Final Report submitted to the Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission. June 1, 2005.