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Thursday Three 2021 04 22

AAG's Weekly Update - 22nd April 2021 View this email in your browser

AAG's Thursday Three

~ 2021 AAG Conference abstracts close 30 April

~ SECG Webinar - Participant recruitment with older people and service providers

~ Online Event to discuss older adults accessing health care - Ageism in Healthcare

2021 AAG Conference abstracts close 30 April

Make sure you submit your abstract for the 2021 AAG Conference on the Gold Coast by 30 April and encourage your colleagues to do likewise. The planning for the 54th AAG Conference in Queensland is going well. Please make a submission if you would like to share your research, policy or practice in November. AAG’s preference will be for face to face presentations but we will consider digital.

We can reassure you that AAG are committed to following the official government/s guidance relating to Covid-19 in our ongoing assessment relating to the face-to-face element of the Conference. Of course, if the Covid-19 situation changes we will adapt.

We are all looking forward to the long awaited return of the face-to-face AAG Conference –what a better place to see everyone’s friendly faces than on the Gold Coast!

ACTION – Submit an abstract for the 2021 AAG Conference by 30 April 2021 and encourage your colleagues to do the same – Click here to submit

We will keep you updated and will be as flexible as possible in accommodating the needs of our delegates / abstract presentations, as always. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us on 03 8506 0525 or aag@theconferencemanager.com.au

AAG SECG Webinar - Participant recruitment

Building connections
with older people and aged care service providers
for research recruitment and collaboration

Wednesday 5th May - 11.30am 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.

AAG's Student and Early Career Group (SECG) presents a webinar that 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.

Presenters: Dr Claudia Meyer and Dr Jed Montayre

Online Event to discuss Ageism in Healthcare

Health Consumers NSW (HCNSW) and the Older Women’s Network (OWN) NSW have completed an investigation into older people’s experiences of ageism in healthcare resulting in a report – “What Can You Expect at Your Age?!” – an investigation of recent experiences of age discrimination by older adults accessing health care. The report shines a light on the experiences and points of view of older Australians using health care services in NSW and Australia.

HCNSW and OWN are hosting an online event tomorrow, 23rd April (10:30am – 12pm, Sydney time) to discuss the issue. Amongst the panellists will be AAG members Professors Dimity Pond and Vasi Naganathan, and it will be chaired by former NSW Division Co-chair Anthony Brown.

You can download the report and register for the online event here

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54th AAG Conference - Gold Coast, 9 - 12 November 2021
(9 November Pre-Conference Workshops)

Click below to view a video from the Conference Chair, Dr Katrina Radford

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