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Thursday Three - 2021 11 04

AAG's Weekly Update - 4th November 2021 View this email in your browser

AAG's Thursday Three

~ Not too late to join us at the 54th AAG Conference!

~ Recognition and Awards 2021

~ Policy and Practice Update - October 2021

Not too late to join us @ 54th AAG Conference

The 54th AAG Conference will again be digital due to the impact of the pandemic with local face-to-face hubs across Victoria, South Australia and NSW. Registrations are heated up and there’s excitement about this new approach. The 2021 AAG Conference - Digital has over 260 presentations and engagements, with 14 invited international and Australian speakers presenting including Prof Hiroko Akiyama from the University of Tokyo as the 2021 Gary Andrews International Fellow and Prof Sarah Holland-Batt giving the 2021 David Wallace Address.

We have a terrific range of workshops, RN Big Ideas Broadcast – Growing Old, Sometimes it’s complicated, along with our new look Art, Ageing & Innovation Conference Exhibition, specific events for Student and Early Career delegates. There will be the ability to connect with other attendees and much more including our online disco with Guru Dudu hosted by AAG’s Student and Early career group on the Wednesday 4.50 to 5.40pm. All are welcome, why don’t you join in for something fun and different!

We are excited about the 2021 AAG Conference – Digital, we think you will be too. Have you registered yet?

Register today for your 2021 AAG Conference – Digital Pass start from $99

Recognition and Awards 2021

AAG recognised and awarded worthy and committed AAG members, Grant Awardees at the Annual General Meeting & AAG Research Trust Update held on the 3rd of November. These included:

~ Life Members – Professor Lynne Parkinson (NSW) and Professor Linda Rosenman (NSW)

~ AAG Fellow - A/Prof Mandy Stanley (WA)

~ AAG Distinguished Members – Dr Kim Kiely (NSW), Judy Ratajec (NT), Mary Ingrames (NT), Robin Harvey (VIC), Jo Tropea (VIC), Dr Rachel Ambagtsheer (SA), Peter Bastian (SA), Dr Maria Shialis (SA), Dr Victoria Cornell (SA)

~ The 2021 Hal Kendig Research Development Program Awardees - Dr Ye In (Jane) Hwang – University of NSW and Dr Kris Tulloch– University of the Sunshine Coast

~ The 2021 Strategic Innovation Program Awardees - A/Prof Wendy Bower– The Royal Melbourne Hospital & University of Melbourne, Lauren Poulos - Neuroscience Research Australia and Dr Josefine Antoniades - National Ageing Research Institute (awarded in partnership with DARF).

~ The 2021 RM Gibson Program Awardees - Sally Day - University of Sydney, Jenna Smith - Sydney School of Public Health/University of Sydney, Nicki-Anne Wilson - Neuroscience Research Australia/University of New South Wales, Dana Pourzinal - The University of Queensland (awarded in partnership with DARF).

Plus a big thank you to all those involved in the Grants Committee of the AAG Research Trust.

Click here for more information about AAG 2021 Recognition and Awards

Policy and Practice Update - October 2021

Members have recently been sent the monthly AAG Policy & Practice Update for September 2021.

This month's update encouraged members to get involved in a survey on the community service sector, the assurance review of home care packages and to engage with researchers to set new priorities for research into aged care.

This update continues to highlight:

~ Ways to get involved in the policy and practice;

~ Continuing opportunities that members can get involved in;

~ And relevant grants, awards, and funding opportunities

Alongside the policy and practice update, new and existing grey literature on older adults and ageing can be found in the AAG Grey Literature Library.

If you are a member, you can click here to access the current and past AAG Policy & Practice Updates.

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'Thursday Three' is AAG’s Weekly Update for members and friends of AAG. It aims to provide you with an engaging weekly snapshot of news and activities from AAG and beyond through three short 'bites'. If you missed previous editions, click here for the summaries and links .

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