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Connect with NCRG Online and Join the NCRG Conference Conversation

by: NCRG Staff | Sep 20, 2013

This weekend, the NCRG team heads to Las Vegas for the 14th annual NCRG Conference on Gambling and Addiction. We are excited for this year’s conference— it is packed with informative and intriguing conference sessions and nationally-known speakers!

We hope you’ll be joining us there, but if you can’t make it, you can still be a part of the conversation and stay updated on everything that’s happening. The NCRG team will be posting updates via Gambling Disorders 360°, Twitter and Facebook. Here’s how you can connect with the NCRG:

  1. Gambling Disorders 360°Keep up with all the breaking news from the event by subscribing to the NCRG’s blog for daily updates, on-site reporting about the sessions and audio posts from leading researchers and industry representatives.
  2. Twitter: The NCRG’s Twitter account (@theNCRG) will feature conference updates and live-tweeting from events and sessions, including:  the conference welcome address, the Scientific Achievement Awards luncheon, “Uncovering the Mystery of the Brain: How Neuroscience Illuminates Addiction and Gambling Disorders,” and “Impact of the Affordable Care Act on the Treatment of Gambling Disorders.” The NCRG’s tweets will include the hashtag #NCRGConference to make it easier for you to find the latest insight from conference sessions. Attendees who would like to tweet what they learn at the NCRG Conference should also use the #NCRGConference hashtag.
  3. Facebook: The NCRG team will also be active on Facebook, posting updates and pictures from the conference.  If you are attending the conference and want to share your photos with us, send them to Amy Kugler at akugler [at] ncrg [dot] org.

Please find us to say hello if you are attending in person. And if you can’t make it, we hope you will join the conversation online!

For more information on the NCRG Conference, visit our conference page.

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