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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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2023 IAGG AOR Social Sciences Webinar

International Association of Gerontology & Geriatrics Asia/Oceania Region (IAGG AOR) 2023 Social Sciences Webinar

Thu 23 Feb 2023 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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AAG SA Presents: Robert Penhall Early Career Awards

The Robert Penhall Early Career Research is an annual award to researchers developing a research profile in gerontology for outstanding research that benefits older people. These three presenters won the award over the past two years. Rober....

Fri 24 Feb 2023 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Adelaide

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RSVP Date: 24-February-2023

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2/02/2023

AAG Hot Topic 2023 announced - Harnessing the power of digital storytelling

AAG Hot Topic 2023 announced - Harnessing the power of digital storytelling

15/12/2022

New AAG paper on issues facing older adults leaving prison

New AAG paper on issues facing older adults leaving prison

25/11/2022

Awards and Recognition 2022

Awards and Recognition 2022

10/11/2022

National award for 2021 AAG Conference - Digital

National award for 2021 AAG Conference - Digital

2/02/2023

AAG Hot Topic 2023 announced - Harnessing the power of digital storytelling

AAG Hot Topic 2023 announced - Harnessing the power of digital storytelling

15/12/2022

New AAG paper on issues facing older adults leaving prison

New AAG paper on issues facing older adults leaving prison

25/11/2022

Awards and Recognition 2022

Awards and Recognition 2022

10/11/2022

National award for 2021 AAG Conference - Digital

National award for 2021 AAG Conference - Digital

3/11/2022

Vale - Courtney Hempton, you'll be missed

Vale - Courtney Hempton, you'll be missed

27/10/2022

2022 Hal Kendig Research Development Program Awardees

2022 Hal Kendig Research Development Program Awardees

24/10/2022

2022 AAG Annual General Meeting

2022 AAG Annual General Meeting

7/10/2022

Ageism Awareness Day 2022

Ageism Awareness Day 2022

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

29/07/2022

Vale Dr Gaynor Macdonald

Vale Dr Gaynor Macdonald

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

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