AAG Ageing Well Victoria 2022 – Riding the waves of change
The call for abstracts from Early Career Researchers for the
Victorian Ageing Well One-Day conference 2022 is now open!
We are looking for presentations from ECRs (5 years or less post-PhD) that
consider how to support older people to 'age well'.
We are seeking 250-word abstracts for 10-minute oral presentations.
All abstracts must be submitted by COB Friday 4th February 2022
Two NARI president's prizes will be awarded for the best presentation
and runner-up for ECRs who are current AAG members
Click here to submit your abstract
Bursaries for regional AAG members to attend
The organisers are pleased to announce that they have a limited number of
travel bursaries available to regional AAG members
Click on the button below to apply
(please note that you need to be logged in to the AAG website using your
current AAG membership credentials to access the bursary application form).
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In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ageing Well – Riding the waves of change one-day conference brings together academics, industry partners and community members to explore what ageing well means, and the diversity of factors that influence the individual experience of an otherwise intangible concept.
This event will have a particular focus on how co-design, art and innovation can be used in research and practice settings to develop strategies, programs and settings that can facilitate wellbeing, connectedness and happiness as people age.
The program includes academic presentations by leading researchers in the field of ageing, ‘fireside chat’ and Q&A with Lindy Morrison and Keryn Curtis, a lived experience panel discussion, a hands-on interactive co-design workshop and presentations from our early career researchers.
- Learn about current research which examines ageing and wellbeing
- Gain insights into how art and creativity can give voice to older people and be useful tools in research
- Participate in our hands-on co-design workshop to understand how to apply co-design methodologies
- Hear from our diverse lived experience panel
- Network with other Victorian AAG members
- Lena Gan, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, The University of Melbourne
- Professor Keith Hill, School of Primary and Allied Health Care, Monash University
- Professor Colette Browning, School of Health, Federation University Australia
- Associate Professor Gabrielle Brand, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Monash University
- Dr Darshini Ayton, School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine
- Dr Josefine Antoniades, NARI
Fireside chat with:
- Lindy Morrison OAM
- Keryn Curtis
Panel discussion with:
- Stephen Damm
- Cam Nguyen
- Rev A/Prof John Dupuche
- Dilnaz Billimoria
- Ilsa Hampton
Click here for more information on our speakers
Event Date & Time: Friday 25th March 2022
City of Melbourne Bowls Club, VIC
Flagstaff Gardens, Dudley Street
West Melbourne, VIC 3003
Places Available: 60
AAG Members $65
Non-member $ 85
Non-member concession $65