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Thursday Three 2021 04 29

AAG's Weekly Update - 29th April 2021 View this email in your browser

AAG's Thursday Three

~ AAG Divisions return to face to face events and networking

~ AAG Student and Early Career Group (SECG) Blog - Relationships with Supervisors

~ Calling all Mixed Methods Research doyens!

Return to face-to-face events by Divisions

Excitement and joy are two adjectives used to describe the milestone of the return to face-to-face AAG Division events. One of the immediate impacts of the pandemic was a cancellation of all face to face AAG events in March 2020. Now restrictions and limitations are easing both WA and ACT AAG Divisions have welcomed the opportunity to re-establish in person, peer-to-peer connections. WA first with an event, focusing about the links between hearing loss and dementia (prior to this week’s short lockdown) and more recently ACT with an event about delirium, how it differs from dementia, and its impact on patients and family members.

Congratulations to WA and ACT Divisions taking the plunge. The Division Engagement Project has revealed the thirst and passion of members at division (state and territory) level to become more deeply connected and engaged with the AAG and its purpose - this first step back into connecting in person is a great example.

Keep an eye out on the AAG website and communications for events in your state and territory that your AAG division have planned. If you wish to get involved, contact your local Division via enquiries@aag.asn.au

SECG Blog - Relationships with your Supervisors

In the latest AAG Student and Early Career Group (SECG) Blog, Shazia Abbas (University of Newcastle) has provided some reflections and contemplation for the importance of maintaining a good relationship with PhD supervisors on the PhD journey. This may appear to be an obvious facet of completing one’s PhD, but sometimes it is an afterthought. Shazia writes in this blog using personal experience and reflections on her journey. Click here to continue reading Shazia’s blog and to view other AAG SECG blogs

Calling all Mixed Methods Research doyens!

An opportunity has been highlighted from the AAG Qld Division for researchers and practitioners to submit Expressions of Interest to contribute to the Handbook of Mixed Methods Research in Business and Management. Issued by Edward Elgar Publishing, the aim of the Handbook will be to provide a resource for anyone interested in the contemporary, emerging, and evolving practice of mixed methods research and scholarship. It is anticipated that the Handbook will highlight the use of mix methods across a range of disciplines and it would be an opportunity to showcase research in gerontology and healthy ageing.

The book is mainly intended to support an academic audience (academics, university teachers, researchers and post-graduate students – both Master and Doctorate levels). In addition, this book will be of benefit to public and private institutions, developers and researchers within business and management fields and in policy development and business and management professionals interested in evidence-based decision making. EOIs can be submitted by on or before April 30, 2021.

For more information about the submission process and requirements, please contact AAG Queensland Division secretary, Xanthe Golenko at xgolenko@boltonclarke.com.au or 07 3248 6920.

Calling all Mixed Methods Research doyens!

An opportunity has been highlighted from the AAG Qld Division for researchers and practitioners to submit Expressions of Interest to contribute to the Handbook of Mixed Methods Research in Business and Management. Issued by Edward Elgar Publishing, the aim of the Handbook will be to provide a resource for anyone interested in the contemporary, emerging, and evolving practice of mixed methods research and scholarship. It is anticipated that the Handbook will highlight the use of mix methods across a range of disciplines and it would be an opportunity to showcase research in gerontology and healthy ageing.

The book is mainly intended to support an academic audience (academics, university teachers, researchers and post-graduate students – both Master and Doctorate levels). In addition, this book will be of benefit to public and private institutions, developers and researchers within business and management fields and in policy development and business and management professionals interested in evidence-based decision making. EOIs can be submitted by on or before April 30, 2021.

For more information about the submission process and requirements, please contact AAG Queensland Division secretary, Xanthe Golenko at xgolenko@boltonclarke.com.au or 07 3248 6920.

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

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