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Thursday Three 2021 08 19

AAG's Weekly Update - 19th August 2021 View this email in your browser

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~ Emerging Researchers in Ageing (ERA) Bursaries for the 2021 AAG Conference

~ Julie Byles is new ILC-Global Alliance Co-President

~ AAG & ANZSGM Webinar: Frailty - mechanisms, measurement and management

Emerging Researchers in Ageing (ERA) Bursaries for the 2021 AAG Conference

Emerging Researchers in Ageing (ERA), who collaborate closely with the AAG Student & Early Career Group, has generously agreed to financially support students and emerging researchers to participate in the 54th AAG Conference.

ERA is offering a limited number of bursaries for students and emerging researchers to subsidise the cost of their 2021 AAG Conference registration. Each bursary is valued between $150 and $250, depending on the applicable registration fee.

Click here to for more information and to apply.

Related:
SECG and ERA pre conference workshop - Know & show what you are worth - Measuring & demonstrating your impact – Friday 5th November
19th National Conference of Emerging Researchers in Ageing - 'Survive and Thrive' - 4 November 2021 - Virtual

AAG & ANZSGM Webinar: Frailty - mechanisms, measurement and management



Tuesday 24th August 2021 - 1.00pm to 2.00pm (AEST)

Some people remain physically active and socially engaged as they grow older; others experience chronic co-morbidities and decline in functional and cognitive abilities. Since these differences are not accurately captured by chronological age alone, gerontologists are increasingly using biological age or frailty to describe patients’ health status. Frail older people are vulnerable to poor outcomes (including falls, institutionalisation and death).

This webinar will present a state-of-the-art update on the mechanisms, measurement and management of frailty, with an emphasis on clinical relevance.

Presenters: Dr Emily Gordon (Princess Alexandra Hospital Brisbane),
Dr Natasha Reid (Centre for Health Services Research at the University of Queensland)
, and
Professor Ruth E. Hubbard (Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane)

Click here for more information and to register for the webinar

Prof Julie Byles is new ILC-Global Alliance Co-President

Congratulations to Professor Julie Byles, AAG former President and Life Member, who has been elected alongside Margaret Gillis, 2019 AAG Conference Keynote Speaker and founding President- International Longevity Centre Canada, as the International Longevity Centre-Global Alliance (ILC-GA) Co-President. Their two-year term will start in November 2021. Congratulations Julie and Margaret!

Pictured (L-r Professor Julie Byles and Margaret Gillis at the 2019 AAG Conference, Sydney)

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International Longevity Centre Global Alliance (ILC-GA)
ILC - Australia
Creating a socially just, inclusive and age-friendly city in Newcastle, Australia

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