2019 Conference Program, Abstracts and Presentations
ABC Radio National - Big Ideas - Tackling ageism and challenging myths about ageing
On 5th February, the ABC Radio National's Big Ideas program that was recorded at the 2019 AAG Conference went to air. Paul Barclay RN host commented that the panel was a “terrifically stimulating discussion on ‘ageism’ (and other related matters) at the AAG conference, it was a great, broad-ranging, conversation” The Big Idea was ‘Tackling ageism and challenging myths about ageing’ and included Baroness Sally Greengross OBE (2019 AAG Gary Andrews International Fellow), Ashton Applewhite (author and activist), Professor Leon Flicker AO (AAG Life Member) and Peter de Waal.
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Click here for a list of 2019 Plenary session recordings
Transcript of the opening address
Click here for transcript of Opening Address by Robert Tickner AO, co-chair of EveryAGE Counts, a coalition-led campaign tackling ageism in Australia.
Conference Photographs - Michael Blyde Photography
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Click here to view the Conference highlights - The Plenary Sessions Communique
Click here to view the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ageing Issues Communique
2019 Pre-Conference Workshops promotional fliers. Click on the links below to download a copy:
- Ageism and Aged Care: Australian & International Perspectives
- Publish before you perish. Writing for Scholarly Journals: How to ‘get published’h
- 2019 ATSIAAG Workshop - Integrated culturally sensitive services for older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples practical solution or pipe dream?
- Outside the box; innovative approaches to improve health literacy in diverse (CALD) communities to facilitate access to health & aged services
- Cultural Awareness & Cultural Safety: an Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Perspective
- Co-designing policy to support people to live well with dementia
- ERA SECG - Career pathways in ageing
- Maximising the longevity dividend accross the world
- Mental health and wellbeing in older age: what can be done?
- Prevention in an ageing world: pathways to impact
- Older people at the intersection: meeting the diverse needs of older people who live in regional & remote areas
- Standardisation in Ageing Societies: national and international standards development
- Unlawful sexual contact: compliance, resourcing and prevention
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