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Thursday Three - 2021 07 08

AAG's Weekly Update - 8th July 2021 View this email in your browser

AAG's Thursday Three

~ Kendig Program round closes Monday 19th of July

~ We’re looking for an AAG Senior Policy & Research Officer

~ Getting to know … Paul Sadler

Kendig funding round close Monday 19th of July

On behalf of the AAG Research Trust, applications for the third funding round of the Hal Kendig Research Development Program close on 19th of July 2021.

In line with Professor Kendig’s wishes, the two $20,000 grants are available to support early career researchers to improve their track record to lead to an ARC Grant or Fellowship or comparable research funding. They are designed to support a discrete research effort that provides evidence and critical thinking that furthers the interests of vulnerable older people in advanced age (with a strong emphasis on psycho-social research and quality of life).

Professor Hal Kendig was a leader and powerful influence in shaping a national and international discourse on ageing, as well as a great advocate for the needs of older people.

Click here for more information: The Hal Kendig Research Development program and more information regarding the late Emeritus Professor Hal Kendig and previous years’ awardees.

We’re looking for a Snr Policy & Research Officer

Part-time 0.8 EFT, fixed term contract until June 2022

AAG is seeking a Senior Policy and Research Officer. The primary purpose of the position is to develop, document and advocate for evidence-informed, multi-disciplinary and holistic, independent, collaborative, and fair policy and practice papers.

We are looking for an experienced, self-directed person with a good understanding of the key issues relating to: ageing; aged, health, disability and social services, and; the multidisciplinary workforce required to support older Australians.

For more information about this position and how to apply click here.

Getting to know … Paul Sadler

Paul Sadler was 14 years CEO at Presbyterian Aged Care, then took a leap of faith last year and started his own consultancy, Paul Sadler Consultancy. Paul not only is an active NSW AAG Division committee member, he is helping aged care providers, governments and others working in the sector adjust to the post Aged Care Royal Commission reform environment.

Click here to continue getting to know Paul Sadler, including being a “sensible and supportive” father, where he only watched his daughter bungy jump in New Zealand instead of being “persuaded” to partake 😊.

Getting to know you … is a regular ‘Thursday Three’ item giving you the opportunity to get to know each other and perhaps learn something new.

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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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