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Thursday Three 2021 09 02

AAG's Weekly Update - 2nd September 2021 View this email in your browser

AAG's Thursday Three

~ AAG SECG / NZAG Webinar – 7th September - Time to take action: dealing with imposter syndrome

~ AAG welcomes new team member – Alina Hinton-Tooley

~ Policy and Practice Update – August 2021

Don’t let imposter syndrome sabotage you!

If you’re an early career researcher chances are you’ve likely felt or at least heard of “imposter syndrome”. It is the feeling of doubt in your competency, knowledge and ability to contribute. Do I belong here? Am I a fraud? What if I get found out?

It’s time to take action and learn how to deal with your imposter syndrome - Register for the webinar which will run from 11.30am to 12.30pm (AEST) on 7th September.

AAG's Student & Early Career Group (SECG) and New Zealand Association of Gerontology (NZAG) present three researchers who will share their experiences and insights on how to recognise these thoughts and turn them into something more positive.

How: Webinar – presented by AAG SECG & NZAG
When: Tuesday 7th September - 11.30am to 12.30pm (AEST)
Who: Dr Rachel Ambagtsheer, A/Prof Andy Towers (NZAG), and Dr Meredith Perry

Click here for more information and to register for the webinar

Related:
AAG SECG blogs
AAG partnership with NZAG and ANZSGM for the 2029 IAGG World Congress bid

Alina Hinton-Tooley joins AAG policy team

AAG National are delighted to announce that Alina Hinton-Tooley has joined as a Senior Policy and Research Officer working four days per week.

Alina is an experienced health and public policy professional having worked across federal, state and local governments, health care organisations, and within the industry association sector in policy and advocacy roles.

We welcome Alina and look forward to her contributions to the work of the Policy Team.

Dr Sandra South, Policy and Research Manager, is on leave until January 2022, although will be continuing to manage the Policy Team.

Click here for details of all AAG National key staff

Policy and Practice Update – August 2021

Members have recently been sent the monthly AAG Policy & Practice Update up to 30th August 2021.

This update continues to highlight:

~ Ways to get involved in the policy and practice;

~ Continuing opportunities that members can get involved in;

~ And relevant grants, awards, and funding opportunities

This month's update highlighted new opportunities to get involved from quick online surveys on aged care and COVID-19 … to an insightful policy forum on older people facing homelessness.

Alongside the policy and practice update, new and existing grey literature on older adults and ageing can be found in the AAG Grey Literature Library.

If you are not an AAG member, why not click here and become a member today, so that you can access the Policy and Practice Updates every month. By joining today, you can get 9 months membership and only pay for 6 months

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