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Where's the harm in gambling?

Join us for a panel discussion that will bring together experts to discuss gambling harm and the intersections with other health issues. The discussion will explore ways that different services can work together better to support their clients to access the assistance they need.

Panel members

  • Victoria Manning, Associate Professor of Addiction Studies, Monash and Head of Research & Workforce Development, Turning Point
  • Anna Murru, Executive Manager Clinical Services, Taskforce
  • Anastasia Sagris-Desmond, Clinical Team Leader, Gambler’s Help Southern

Date / Time

Wednesday, 10 October 2018, 10.30 am – 2.30 pm


The Wheeler Centre
Performance Space, 176 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000

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Contact name: Terri Miano

Contact phone: 03 9452 2654

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