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Thursday Three - 2021 12 02

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

AAG's Thursday Three

~ What did you miss at the 2021 AAG Conference? Catch up today

~ AAG Student and Early Career Group (SECG) Blog: Rewriting NHMRC investigator grant application

~ The AAG South Australian Gerontology Conference (SAGe21) - Face-to-face - 18th February

Catch up on what you missed at the Conference

All 250 plus recordings of every session at the 54th AAG Conference – Digital are now available to download.

So if there was something you couldn’t get to for whatever reason you can now watch the digital recordings in your own time. If you registered for the 2021 AAG Conference you can view the selected sessions via the conference platform. And if you haven’t already registered its not too late for as little as $110.

Click here to download 54th AAG Conference – digital event – Conference Proceedings / Abstract Booklets

Click here if you are a Conference registrant (you will need your login details).

Click here to register and see over 250 presentations, symposiums and stunning plenary discussions and presentations.

SECG Blog: Rewriting NHMRC grant application

In the latest AAG Student and Early Career Group (SECG) Blog, Dr Den-Ching (Angel) Lee (Monash University) shares her insights in rewriting an NHMRC investigator grant application after two unsuccessful attempts. Angel shares her experiences and reflections on the comments from reviewers and hopefully may find it useful for writing future applications.

Click here to continue reading Angel's blog and to view other AAG SECG blogs

SAGe (Non-Digital) will be held on 18 Feb 2022

The AAG South Australian Gerontology Conference (NOT Digital) will be held between 8.45am and 4.30pm (ACDT) on Friday 18 February 2022, after being postponed in July due to Covid-19.

It’s FACE to FACE, no buffering, people being muted or saying “can you hear me”. Real human engagement! But you can’t wear your PJ’s, unless you really want too!

Confirmed speakers to date include:

~ Professor Barry Golding AM - Patron of Australian Men’s Shed Association and Federation University, Australia

~ Professor Paul Arbon - AAG 2021 Glenda Powell Travelling Fellow and Director of the Torrens Resilience Institute

~ Professor Veronica Soebarto - Director of Research, School of Architecture and Built Environment, The University of Adelaide

~ Dr Helen Barrie - Past AAG President (2015 - 2017) and

~ Ms Cassie Mason - Director, Office for Ageing Well at SA Health

Click here for more information about SAGe21 - rescheduled

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