Membership Overview

Benefits of AAG Membership

As a member of the AAG, you will be a part of Australia’s largest community of gerontologists drawn from diverse professional backgrounds. Members include nurses, geriatricians, psychologists, physiotherapists, carers, social workers, policy makers, academics and researchers.

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.

"With Australia’s ageing population, professionals specialising in gerontology are increasingly in demand"

With Australia’s ageing population, professionals specialising in gerontology are increasingly in demand. Governments, organisations and educational institutions worldwide are recognising the importance of gerontology and are committing resources to the ageing and aged care sector’s ongoing development.

Being an AAG member provides you with the opportunity to:

  • Network with a wide cross-section of people from the many disciplines of gerontology
  • Contribute to submissions to inform the development of policies
  • Participate in a range of special interest groups
  • Contribute to state and national committees and represent the AAG at stakeholder forums
  • Access to members only research funding, awards and bursaries

As a member of the AAG you will also receive:

  • Subscription to the Australasian Journal on Ageing and Australian Ageing Agenda
  • Updates on the latest gerontology news and research through our newsletter and e-alerts
  • Significant registration discounts for conferences, seminars and webinars

The AAG has different types of membership to suit your individual and organisational needs. So get involved now and join the AAG.

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