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Tips for making an abstract submission to the IAGG Congress 2022
AAG Life Members, Professors Julie Byles and Keith Hill will be presenting a webinar on tips for making an abstract submission to the IAGG World Congress. They are well positioned having been the President and Secretary of IAGG Asia/Oceania Region and are currently the co-chairs for our bid for the 2029 IAGG World Congress in Sydney and Aotearoa New Zealand.
The IAGG 2022 Organising Committee recently moved to a fully virtual event, due to the persistent worldwide impact and remaining uncertainty around the COVID-19 crisis. The 22nd IAGG World Congress was originally due to be held face to face in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Abstract submission is open and close to the new extended date of 15 February 2022!
Support the AAG bid for the 2029 IAGG World Congress which will be decided at the IAGG World Council meeting during the 2022 World Congress. Your presence and engagement will be important.
Submit your abstract for the IAGG World Congress before it closes on 15 February 2022.
The IAGG World Congress - digital runs from 12 to 16 June 2022. Registration is US$200 (≈AU$284) until 28 April 2022.
Check out the Abstract Topics and submit something that will go on the global stage – don’t worry, you wont need to leave your home as it has just moved to digital and they will be pre-recording session.
Professor Julie Byles BMed PhD FAAHMS, is Global Innovations Chair in Responsive Transitions in Health and Ageing and Director of the Centre for Women’s Health Research at The University of Newcastle and a founding investigator and Director of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health. As a Fellow and Life Member of the Australian Association of Gerontology, Professor Byles’ research interests in ageing include the role of health services, preventive activities, and treatments in maintaining quality of life for older people. Professor Byles is also Head of the International Longevity Centre (ILC) Australia, co-President of the ILC Global Alliance and Chair of the International Association of Gerontology (Asia Oceania) Social Research and Planning sub-committee. She has also been an advisor to WHO, and has represented the ILC Global Alliance at the UN Open-ended Working Group on Ageing.
Professor Keith Hill is Director of the Rehabilitation, Ageing and Independent Living Research Centre at Monash University. He is a physiotherapist and senior researcher, with 40 years experience in rehabilitation and aged care, and an extensive track record implementing and completing a broad range of research programs for older people in community, hospital and residential care settings. He is most well-known for his research in areas of falls prevention, rehabilitation, physical activity/exercise, and assessment of physical performance, but has also researched more broadly in areas such as improving support and outcomes for carers of older people. He has over $AUD30million research funding as a chief investigator, and 315 publications. He has a strong focus on inter-disciplinary research, and has current/recent research collaborations in Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Canada and Brazil. Professor Hill is the Immediate past President, and on the executive committee of the Asia Oceania region of IAGG.
Note this will be held via zoom
Event Date & Time: Wed 19th Jan 12.00pm - 1.00pm AEDT (Zoom)
Event Location: Online, NATIONAL
Registrations Open: 1st Dec 21 12:00 AM
Registrations Close: 19th Jan 22 1:55 PM
This is a free event
- Event date has passed
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