Online Registration For The NCRG Conference Is Open

Are you excited to learn from leading experts on gambling disorders and responsible gaming and discuss how technology plays a role in gambling behavior? Online registration is now open for the 12thannual NCRG Conference on Gambling and Addiction. Participants can register by September 12 for the early bird registration rate of $295, now available to all attendees. To register,click hereor visit the NCRG Conference website

The NCRG Conference on Gambling and Addiction is packed with informational plenary session topics, ranging from discussions about how the latest technology alters the way our minds develop to best practices in implementing effective responsible gaming programs in the online gaming environment. To download the full conference brochure with the agenda, registration form and continuing education information,click here. Top speakers include:

– Dr. Robert Ladouceur, Connie Jones and Dr. Lia Nower will take the mystery out of slot machines by explaining the research that addresses whether electronic gaming machines are inherently “addictive.”

– Dr. Gary Small will discuss his newest book,iBrain, and how technology continues to change the way young minds develop, function and interpret information – and what strategies and tools are needed to enhance our technological, social and empathic abilities.

– Dr. Sara Kiesler will discuss her research on how health information available on the Internet is affecting people’s well-being.

– Dr. Kathleen M. Carroll will report on studies analyzing the effectiveness of computer-assisted versions of cognitive-behavioral therapy with drug dependent individuals.

Register today to take advantage of these exciting sessions and more. Also make sure to check back to the growing list of continuing education providers who will be distributing up to 13 credit hours for the NCRG Conference on Gambling and Addiction. You can view the full list here.

What NCRG Conference session are you most looking forward to attending? Let us know in the comments below!

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