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Thursday Three - 2021 08 12

AAG's Weekly Update - 12th August 2021 View this email in your browser

AAG's Thursday Three

~ AAG Research Trust is seeking an Executive Officer (Part-time)

~ ‘From Covid-19 to a Decade of healthy ageing in the IAGG Asia/Oceania Region’ IAGG recording

~ AAG SECG Blog - Transdisciplinary Collaboration for the PhD Student or ECR

Wanted - Executive Officer, AAG Research Trust

The AAG Research Trust is seeking an experienced, self-directed person with a good understanding and/or experience of fundraising for great causes, for its inaugural two days per week Executive Officer role.

The role builds on the momentum of the AAG Research Trust, through leading the execution of the fundraising strategy (75% of time) and oversee established operations (25% of time) for the AAG Research Trust.

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

Relevant:
AAG Research Trust

From Covid-19 to a decade of healthy ageing

The recording of the excellent ‘From Covid-19 to a Decade of healthy ageing in the IAGG Asia/Oceania Region’ symposium covering seven countries at the recent 2021 IAGG World Pre-Congress eConference on the 23rd of June, is now available for you to view.

AAG former President and Life Member, Professor Julie Byles, Chaired the symposium covering seven countries. The different countries across the region have varied greatly in terms of infection spread, public and political response, and the impacts on their populations. Even where infection rates have been low, the effect on older people has been considerable, with reduced access to health care, social isolation, deconditioning and accelerated rates of physical and cognitive decline.

The eminent presenters included: Professor Ashish Goel (India); Dr Yodi Christiani (Indonesia); Susana Harding (Singapore); and NZAG Vice-President and AJA Editor in Chief, Professor Debra Waters (NZ).

Click here to view the recording

Related:
AAG’s bid for the 2029 IAGG World Congress

SECG Blog: Transdisciplinary Collaboration for the PhD Student or ECR

In the latest AAG Student and Early Career Group (SECG) Blog, Dr Michael Lawless (Flinders University) who was one of the 2020 RM Gibson Research Fund recipients, provides a compelling case for ‘Transdisciplinary Collaboration for the PhD Student or Early Career Researcher: Preparing for High Impact Research’.

Michael outlines the paradigm shifting approach to realise knowledge translation into real life impact and provides practical principles for students, ECRs and their supervisors or course coordinators.

Click here to continue reading Michael’s blog and to view other AAG SECG blogs

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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 .

AAG's purpose is to improve the experience of ageing through connecting research, policy and practice. Why not join in? For more information, email Michael Tan at AAG.

Australian Association of Gerontology acknowledges Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognises the continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, to Elders past and present, and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples including members of the Stolen Generations. For further information see AAG’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ageing Advisory Group (ATSIAAG)

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