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Thursday Three - 2021 08 26

AAG's Weekly Update - 26th August 2021 View this email in your browser

AAG's Thursday Three

~ Want to know more about our reconciliation journey?

~ 2021 Glenda Powell Travelling Fellow - The road to resilience – Life lessons in disaster recovery for older Australians - recording

~ Emerging Researchers in Ageing (ERA) Conference

Interested in our reconciliation journey?

As many of you know AAG have been working through our Reflect RAP over the past 18 months and are preparing to take the next step in AAG’s reconciliation action journey.

Through the Reflect RAP, the RAP Working Group has produced some useful resources, including guidelines for Welcome to Country and Acknowledgement of Country, Dates of significance, cultural safety and immersion statement and our support for the Uluru Statement.

Would your AAG Divisions, AAG Special Interest Group or Student and Early Group be interested in hearing more about AAG’s reconciliation journey, as well as the work AAG and the AAG Research Trust in partnership with ATSIAAG is doing in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ageing? Do you want to get more involved in AAG’s reconciliation journey? Contact Ellen (e.finlay@aag.asn.au), AAG ATSIAAG Officer, to find out more.

Related:
Acknowledgement of Country video for digital events

Life lessons in disaster recovery for older Australians

The recording of the excellent ‘The Road to resilience – life lessons in disaster recovery for older Australians held on Monday 23rd of August, is now available for you to view

Professor Paul Arbon, 2021 Glenda Powell Travelling Fellow, was joined in a panel discussion with Pat Sparrow, CEO of Aged and Community Services Australia and Beverley Baker, Chair of Older Women’s Network NSW, to consider learnings for older people and the aged care system.

Hosted by Keryn Curtis and Joyce Siette, Co-chairs of the AAG NSW Division. Both AAG and AAG friends can view.

Click here to view the recording

Related
2022 Hot Topic – Disasters and resilience

19th ERA Conference – call for abstracts

The 19th National Conference of Emerging Researchers in Ageing (ERA 2021) is being co-chaired by Professor Julie Byles (University of Newcastle) and Dr Rachel Winterton (La Trobe University) on 4 November 2021.

The ERA 2021 Conference Organising Committee invites the submission of abstracts from Honours, Master's, PhD, Professional doctoral students, and early career researchers engaged in ageing-related research from any discipline by Sunday 5 September 2021.

The ERA 2021 conference will be held virtually, with new interactive activities to maximise opportunities for participation, including:

~ A new Ask the ERA Brains Trust presentation format option, for presenters to get answers to their research questions

~ An interactive Research Journey game, developed by Professor Julie Byles and her team, to explore the promises and pitfalls of research in a fun and engaging way

~ A Virtual breakout room, for attendees to connect with other emerging researchers during the conference.

Emerging Researchers in Ageing (ERA) is sponsored by the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR).

Click here for further information on the ERA Conference, submitting an abstract and registering

Related:

SECG and ERA pre conference workshop - Know & show what you are worth - Measuring & demonstrating your impact – Friday 5th November

ERA is offering a limited number of bursaries for students and emerging researchers to subsidise the cost of their 2021 AAG Conference registration.

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