AAG Conference

The 55th AAG conference will be in Adelaide, 22 -25 November, with the Conference theme; "The Future of Ageing Well: Inspire, Motivate; Innovate"

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Australian Association of Gerontology purpose is to improve the experience of ageing through connecting research, policy and practice. By following the Principles of Evidence-Informed research, Multi-disciplinary and holistic education, policy and practice, Independence, Collaboration, and Fairness.

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The multidisciplinary nature of the AAG provides members with the opportunity to network and learn from the expertise and experience of other professionals working in gerontology.

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Fri 7 Oct 2022 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Sydney

Face to Face

RSVP Date: 07-October-2022

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Tue 11 Oct 2022 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Melbourne

Face to Face

RSVP Date: 12-October-2022

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5/09/2022

Voting open - Ballot closes 30th Sept - AAG Board Director -NT & VIC 2022 Nominees

Voting open - Ballot closes 30th Sept - AAG Board Director -NT & VIC 2022 Nominees

18/08/2022

AJA recruiting for New Editor-in-Chief

AJA recruiting for New Editor-in-Chief

18/08/2022

New AAG CEO starts – Welcome Renu Borst

New AAG CEO starts – Welcome Renu Borst

26/07/2022

New AAG report – Data Linkage for CALD

New AAG report – Data Linkage for CALD

5/09/2022

Voting open - Ballot closes 30th Sept - AAG Board Director -NT & VIC 2022 Nominees

Voting open - Ballot closes 30th Sept - AAG Board Director -NT & VIC 2022 Nominees

18/08/2022

AJA recruiting for New Editor-in-Chief

AJA recruiting for New Editor-in-Chief

18/08/2022

New AAG CEO starts – Welcome Renu Borst

New AAG CEO starts – Welcome Renu Borst

3/08/2022

Emerging Researchers in Ageing (ERA) Bursaries for the 2022 AAG Conference

Emerging Researchers in Ageing (ERA) Bursaries for the 2022 AAG Conference

26/07/2022

New AAG report – Data Linkage for CALD

New AAG report – Data Linkage for CALD

17/06/2022

Thought Leaders on Global Ageing Heading to Sydney in 2029

Thought Leaders on Global Ageing Heading to Sydney in 2029

22/05/2022

2029 IAGG World Congress bid launched

2029 IAGG World Congress bid launched

28/04/2022

AAG Board Director appointed to Council of Elders

AAG Board Director appointed to Council of Elders

28/04/2022

BehaviourWorks lead as the 2022 Glenda Powell Travelling Fellow

BehaviourWorks lead as the 2022 Glenda Powell Travelling Fellow

28/04/2022

AAG CEO stepping down after 7+ years

AAG CEO stepping down after 7+ years

28/04/2022

Advocating for a UN Convention on the Rights of Older Persons - 3 Mar 2022- Virtual Global Rally

Advocating for a UN Convention on the Rights of Older Persons - 3 Mar 2022- Virtual Global Rally

13/04/2022

Vale Prof Nancy Low Choy – AAG Qld Division chair (2014-2016)

Vale Prof Nancy Low Choy – AAG Qld Division chair (2014-2016)

16/03/2022

New AAG Position Paper explores promoting older people's resilience and post-traumatic growth follow

New AAG Position Paper explores promoting older people's resilience and post-traumatic growth follow

16/03/2022

New mental health brochure: What to do when older people feel sad

New mental health brochure: What to do when older people feel sad

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