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NCRG Conference Updates: Early Bird Registration Discount Ends September 12!

by: NCRG Staff | Sep 8, 2011

There is less than a week left to receive the early bird registration rate for the NCRG Conference on Gambling and Addiction! Register by September 12 to receive the low registration rate of $295 and join leaders in the healthcare sector, gaming industry, government and academia at this year’s event.  You can register online or print and fax your registration form with payment. There is also a discount on the pre-conference workshops with Dr. Jon Grant and Dr. David Hodgins when you register by the early bird deadline.

Reserve your Hotel Room for the NCRG Conference Today!

As you may have already heard, the NCRG Conference will be co-locating with Global Gaming Expo at the Sands Expo and Convention Center at the Venetian Las Vegas. This move will provide NCRG Conference attendees with the convenience of having all three days of the conference in one location.  The Venetian and The Palazzo Resort-Hotel-Casino are pleased to offer conference attendees an exceptionally low rate of $162 per night (plus applicable taxes and fees) for their all-suite accommodations during the event.

To reserve your room for the NCRG Conference, visit the NCRG Conference hotel page for the reservation link and password. Reservations are available on a first-come, first-served basis and must be made by Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2011 to receive the group rate. After Sept. 27, rooms and rates are subject to availability.

 

Get Conference Updates on Gambling Disorders 360˚

Keep following Gambling Disorders 360˚ as we get closer to the NCRG Conference to learn more about plenary speakers and featured conference sessions. Interviews will include those from leading experts in the field of gambling disorders, such as Dr. Ken Winters, director of the Center for Adolescence Substance Abuse and Research at the University of Minnesota. Gambling Disorders 360˚ will also give you a sneak peek book review of iBrain by Dr. Gary Small and feature a guest post by various speakers for the conference.

Have a question about the 12th annual NCRG Conference on Gambling and Addiction? Leave it in the comments below or contact Amy Martin, communications and outreach manager for the NCRG, at amartin [at] ncrg [dot] org or 202-552-2689. 

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