Call for Abstracts 2019
Submissions are now open for the 52nd AAG Conference in Sydney from 5th to 8th November 2019, with Workshops, MasterClasses and a study tour on 5th of November. I encourage you to submit an abstract.
Engage in the 2019 Conference theme Coming of Age Together: New ways of knowing & acting. We are delighted to confirm that Baroness Sally Greengross OBE will be visiting Australia in November as the associations 2019 Gary Andrews International Fellow, will be providing a keynote. Sally builds on the success of the 2018 GAIF, Professor Sir Michael Marmot, who spoke on the social determinants of ageing.
The 2019 AAG Conference welcomes abstracts submissions for Symposiums, Interactive sessions, Orals, Tabletops, Rapid-fires and Poster presentations from researchers, educators, aged care and health practitioners, policy makers, educators, students and those interested in improving the experience of ageing for older people.
Submissions presenting ideas, critical reflections or case studies from practice, policy or the lived experience are also welcome.
Submit an abstract today under one of the following five themes:
~ Health and medical
~ Service delivery and workforce
~ Policy, advocacy and planning
~ Social engagement and wellness
~ Environment, design, innovation and technology
Click here to submit: Presentation Portal NOTE: a recent update in the abstract portal system has caused some technical issues in Windows Explorer, and Edge. Please use Chrome, Firefox etc to continue
Do not miss this powerful opportunity to share your expertise with Australian and international thoughts leaders, through joining Australia’s leading multi-disciplinary conference connecting research, policy and practice to improve the experience of ageing. The Call for Abstracts is open until 29 April.
With kind regards,
Carrie Hayter and Anthony Brown
2019 AAG Conference Chairs