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'Thursday Three' - AAG's Weekly Update
‘Thursday Three' is the AAG Update for members and friends of AAG. It aims to provide an engaging weekly snapshot of news and activities from AAG and beyond through three short 'bites'.
AAG's purpose is to improve the experience of ageing through connecting research, policy and practice. Why not join in and put something forward for the Thursday Three or other AAG communication channels? Please email Michael Tan at AAG. Thanks
2019 03 21 i Responding to the Aged Care Royal Commission ii Early career researchers grants close 1st April iii Call for abstracts open for 2019 SAGe Conference
2019 03 14 i Friends of ATSIAAG - are you part of the group? ii Congratulations to Prof Kaarin Anstey iii Last chance to register for NNDIR - National Public Lecture Tour
2019 03 07 i Members meet with AAG Patron – The Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia ii IAGG Taiwan Congress extends abstract deadline iii The latest Australasian Journal on Ageing online (Volume 37, Issue 4)
2019 02 28 i AAG Student Member? Two $1,000 awards up for grabs ii Action Plan for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander older people launched iii EveryAge Counts pledge
2019 02 21 i Aged Care Diversity Framework – action plans launched ii ‘Meet the Board” – Dr Lynsey Brown iii IAGG European Region Congress, Sweden
2019 02 14 i 2019 AAG Conference Abstracts open Monday ii AAG's response to the Royal Commission iii Becoming a music therapist! by Ruth Bright AM
2019 02 04 i 2019 Gary Andrews International Fellow ii New AAG policy staff iii RN Big Ideas broadcast
2019 01 31 i Opening of 2019 funding round for early career researchers - Four $7K grants up for grabs ii Have your say about the Homelessness Action Plan - Aged Care Diversity Framework iii IAGG 2019 Taipei – Abstracts now open for Taiwan RoC
2019 01 24 i 700+ delegates The biggest AAG Conference ever ii. Intimacy is the AAG 2019 Hot Topic iii. New faces on the AAG Board and Division Committees
AAG Policy & Update
The AAG Policy & Practice Updates connects you to:
Engagement opportunities – it provides an overview of current ways you can get involved in policy development to improve the experience of ageing - through both AAG and other organisations’ research and consultation processes.
Useful resources – for your practice, policy-development and/or research. The resources have been developed by other organisations, including the Australian Government.ange
To access the Policy Updates, you must be a member of AAG.
To find out more about AAG Policy & Practice Update click here