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Presentations by AIFS staff are listed below with links to abstracts, the complete paper, or slides from powerpoint presentations, if available.

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ThomasA20 April 2015
Women and gambling.
Paper presented at the International Think Tank on gambling research, policy and practice, conducted by the Ontario Problem Gambling Research Centre and Responsible Gambling Council, Toronto, Canada

This talk will be part of a session aimed at providing a better understanding of sub-populations of gamblers including Indigenous people and women. Themes covered will include: gambling preferences; reasons for gambling (e.g. influences of motivations, norms, exposure, access); harms experienced and help seeking; and future research priorities.

Hayes A16 April 2015
The shifting role of public sector organisations : prospects from problems.
Paper presented at the National Public Sector Managers and Leaders Conference, Melbourne Vic

The presentation themes will include: the value of vision; re-invention and ever-compressed times-cales; and networks, partnerships and people.

Edwards B11 February 2015
Insights from the Building a New Life in Australia Study : initial findings from the first wave.
Paper presented at the 1st International Conference on Migration, Social Disadvantage and Health, Melbourne Vic

This presentation will highlight key findings from the first wave of data from the Building a New Life in Australia study.

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