SECG Presents - Building connections with older people and aged care service providers for research recruitment and collaboration
The AAG Student and Early Career Group (SECG) present a webinar:
Building connections with older people and aged care service providers for research recruitment and collaboration
Wednesday 5th May,
11.30 to 12.30pm (AEST)
Developing connections with older people and aged care providers can be challenging, particularly in the context of research recruitment. Participant recruitment can take considerable time which can pose challenges for deadlines and increase costs. Recruiting older people in residential aged care for research has ethical implications which need to be carefully considered.
This webinar will offer valuable insight and tips on how to build connections with older people and aged care service providers for research recruitment and collaboration.
Two presenters from the field of ageing will share their experience, tips and advice for recruiting older people and develop connections to aged care service providers.
- Hear from successful researchers in ageing about their experiences of developing connections with aged care service providers.
- Learn about the strengths and weaknesses of recruitment methods in aged care.
- Identify strategies to support the building of connections with aged care service providers and older people.
Hear from our speakers:
Dr Claudia Meyer, Research Fellow at the Bolton Clarke Research Institute in Melbourne
Claudia combines her skills as an experienced physiotherapist with research, particularly for older people and their carers. Her field of interest is implementing research evidence into practice and policy, underpinned by a health equity focus, specifically in the areas of dementia care and frailty/falls prevention. Claudia is the current AAG Deputy Chair of both the AAG Board and Trustees of the AAG Research Trust along with being the SECG National Board Liaison Representative. She is connected internationally through the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics as the current Asia-Oceania Student/Early Career representative.
Dr Jed Montayre, Senior Lecturer in the School of Nursing & Midwifery at Western Sydney University
Jed has a strong clinical background in gerontology and acute care nursing. He is an experienced nurse academic who has worked in the Philippines and New Zealand. Jed’s teaching areas include gerontology and aged care nursing. Jed’s research focuses on age-friendly communities, ageing and health, cardiovascular health of migrant populations, nursing policy and workforce issues.
Co-convenors for the session:
Jin Chen - Jin is a social geographer with expertise in non-profit strategy management, evaluation and social research. She is currently a PhD candidate at the Flinders University College of Education, Psychology and Social Work. Her research explores and articulates the ageing futures of LGBTQIA+ multicultural people in Australia through stories, discussions and photography.
Mikaela Wheeler - Mikaela is a dietitian and PhD candidate at The University of Queensland. Her current research focuses on nutrition for the elderly, particularly for those who live in residential aged care homes. Specifically, her research aims to better understand how menus and foodservice systems can be used to increase the choice and flexibility provided to residents in the meal service.
Event Date & Time: Wednesday 5th May - 11.30am - 12.30pm (AEDT)
Registrations Open: 5th Apr 21 1:00 AM
Registrations Close: 5th May 21 10:30 AM
Places Available: 200
AAG Members: FREE
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NZAG Members: FREE
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