Henrietta Bowden-Jones has been interviewed extensively by the Press; The Times, Financial Times, Guardian, Observer, Telegraph, Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, Vogue, Wired and by Radio and TV; Radio 4 the Today programme, You and Yours, Women’s Hour, The Moral Maze and many other Radio and TV programmes. Henrietta was interviewed about her life and career by Radio 3 Private Passions host Michael Berkeley and has hosted the BBC World Service Emotional Baggage, talking to four people about their experience of migration: June Angelides, founder of Mums In Technology; Halina Begum, Civil Rights Campaigner; Maya Youssef, musician and composer; and Dina Nayeri, author of The Ungrateful Refugee.
Letter to the Editor, The Times, “Gambling Reform”, 25th November 2022 Signed by Lord Foster of Bath, chair, Peers for Gambling Reform; Clare Wyllie, co-founder, Tackling Gambling Stigma; Dr Heather Wardle, Glasgow University; Dr Henrietta Bowden-Jones, national clinical adviser on gambling harms; Dr Matthew Gaskell, NHS Northern Gambling Service; Matt Zarb-Cousin, co-founder, Clean up Gambling; Will Prochaska, Gambling with Lives; Sharon Collard, professor of personal finance, Bristol University
"Last week academics, clinicians and parliamentarians met the new organisation Tackling Gambling Stigma. They discussed the need to tackle the stigma attached to gambling harm ..."
The Times, News: Child in every secondary class has gambling issue, 11th November 2022 Andrew Ellson, Consumer Affairs Correspondent
One child in every secondary school class has a gambling problem or is at risk of developing one, the Gambling Commission has found ... Andrew Ellson, Consumer Affairs Correspondent, quotes Henrietta Bowden-Jones
Q&A: Vice-President Professor Henrietta Bowden-Jones OBE The Royal Society of Medicine: RSM Engage
As the 2022-23 academic year signals exciting new programmes of education at the RSM, Vice-President Professor Henrietta Bowden-Jones OBE talks to RSM Engage about how she is supporting the Society to meet its strategic goal of being the leading provider of continuing learning to healthcare professionals.
Industry funding potentially compromising gambling addiction research, say experts Cambridge University, Research News
Prof Bowden-Jones said, “The UK is fortunate to have world leading experts in the study of addiction as well as behavioural addiction. This places us in an excellent position to further our understanding and to develop new treatments."
Is your child addicted to gambling? The shocking rise in young problem gamblers You Magazine, The Mail on Sunday
Smartphones, online gaming and shrewd marketing have led to such a shocking rise in young problem gamblers, the NHS has opened a specialist clinic solely for teenage addicts. And the scariest thing? Many parents were oblivious to the issue, discovers Sally Williams.
Should excessive social media use be classed as addiction? York St John University
Computer science lecturer Dr David Zendle has teamed up with Dr Henrietta Bowden-Jones, director of the National Problem Gambling Clinic, to highlight the urgent need to explore excessive social media use and its potential for harm.
Gaming giants should be forced to provide “self-exclusion” for addicts to take time out, says Royal College of Psychiatrists By Charles Hymas, HOME AFFAIRS EDITOR and Mike Wright, SOCIAL MEDIA CORRESPONDENT
The companies behind online games such as Fortnite should be forced to introduce “self-exclusion” software so that addicted players have to take time out to cure their condition, says the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
What is ‘gaming disorder’ and how should it be addressed? DCMS
DCMS Committee asks experts, including Prof Henrietta Bowden-Jones
Why young people worry about internet addiction FT Podcast
Darren Dodd discusses the WHO's decision to classify gaming disorder as a disease and why young people are worried about internet addiction with consultant psychiatrist Henrietta Bowden-Jones and Hannah Redler Hawes, curator of an upcoming exhibition on addiction and recovery at London's new Science Gallery.
BBC Breakfast, BBC News at 1, BBC News at 10
Dr Bowden-Jones appeared on BBC Breakfast, BBC News at 1 and BBC News at 10, this week to speak on the new announcement that gambling machines fixed bets will be reduced to £2 instead of £100.
Letter on advertising during live sport Letters to the Editor, The Times
Dr Henrietta Bowden-Jones interviewed by Japanese press
Dr Bowden-Jones interviewed for the Victoria Derbyshire show 2nd February 2018
Keep pushing forward: Why the Medical Women’s Federation Centenary year is a special time that presents a unique opportunity for women in medicine womanthology
An inspiring interview with president-elect Dr. Henrietta Bowden-Jones is featured in Womanthology's Women in Medicine and Health issue special.
The Times, Letter to the Editor: Gambling and the wider health of society, 11th October 2016 Signed by Dr Henrietta Bowden-Jones, Consultant psychiatrist and Royal College of Psychiatrists spokesperson on behavioural addictions
"Sir, Further to your report and Thunderer (Oct 7), pathological gambling is a medically recognised illness affecting roughly 350,000 people in this country, according to the Gambling Commission ..."
The Times: Doctors prescribe drugs to tackle Britain’s gambling epidemic, 17th February 2016 Andrew Ellson
The growing toll of problem gambling in Britain is now so serious that the NHS has started prescribing drugs for some of the worst addicts. There are more than half a million problem gamblers in Britain and calls to the country’s leading helpline rose by a third last year alone.
BBC R4, The Today Programme – Interview on Young People
Appeared on The Today Programme, BBC R4
Wellcome Packed Lunch Interview at the Barbican
At every Packed Lunch, you’ll get an opportunity to hear from a local scientist in conversation with a Wellcome facilitator about their current research.
Speciale Sip 2012: Henrietta Bowden-jones, La Cura Della Dipendenza Da Gioco D’azzardo in UK
Durante il Congresso Nazionale della Società Italiana di Psichiatria a Milano abbiamo incontrato la Dott.ssa Henrietta Bowden-Jones che dirige a Londra la NATIONAL PROBLEM GAMBLING CLINIC unica struttura del Regno Unito che si dedichi in maniera specialistica alla cura della dipendenza patologica dal gioco e gli abbiamo chiesto di raccontare
The Times: High stakes gambling machines causing serious addiction, 7th February 2009 Sam Lister, Health Editor
High-stakes gaming machines that were introduced in their thousands after a relaxation of the gambling laws are causing serious addiction problems, evidence from the first NHS gambling clinic suggests.