Senior Research Fellow, Federation University Australia
Angela Rintoul is a Senior Research Fellow at the Health Innovation and Transformation Centre at Federation University.
Her research has: (a) explored the relationship between place, social circumstances, and gambling harm; (b) involved policy-relevant reviews of interventions to prevent harm, and (c) translated evidence for policy makers and the public, spanning complex country and policy contexts. She has studied the harmful effect of gambling for over a decade and has expertise in the commercial determinants of health, inequities and harm reduction.
She undertook a Churchill Fellowship on gambling in 2019. She is a member of the WHO technical group on Gambling, and a Commissioner on the Lancet Public Health Commission on Gambling. She is an Associate Editor of the newly established Critical Gambling Studies Journal. She continues to hold an Adjunct role at Monash University School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine and regularly edits and peer reviews scientific articles for a range of journals.
Aug 06, 2021 09:50 am UTC| Life
Its now well recognised gambling can cause significant harm. However, many countries have done much more to reduce gambling-related harm than we have in Australia. Heres four examples of how other countries have...