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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 08 08 i Vale Dr Keith Hirschfeld ii SECG Blog - Grants, awards..... and ABBA! iii World Health Organization - Online consultations for Decade of Healthy Ageing
2019 08 02 i AAG Conference Full Program released for Nov 2019 ii Addressing Older Women Who Experience Sexual Abuse launched iii Nominations for AAG Fellows and Distinguished Member
2019 07 25 i Funding rounds offering $100k close 29 July ii Regional & remote advocacy on 7News iii “Getting to know you”… AAG member Dr Claudia Meyer
2019 07 11 i New report addressing Aged Care Workforce Issues in Rural and Remote Australia ii Workshop - Cultural Awareness & Cultural Safety: an Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Perspective iii SAGe19
2019 07 04 i AAG’s response to the Royal Commission ii Prevention in an ageing world: Pathways to Impact iii Funding round closes 29 July & a message from Hal
2019 06 27 i 2019 AAG Conference Super Early Bird closes on 30th June ii Expert guidance on the Royal Commission iii Book of Interest – Surviving Healthcare in Australia, Get the support you need
2019 06 20 i 2019 AAG Conference out program now available ii World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) Conference iii Australasian Journal on Ageing (AJA) Book Award 2019
2019 06 13 i Urgent action for the Stolen Generations entering Aged Care. ii AAG's Student and Early Career Group (SECG)'s Shut Up & Write iii Webinar - Building an Academic Track Record through Grants/Awards
2019 06 06 i Stolen Generation Aged Care Forum ii 6th ATSIAAG Report launched on assessment iii New funding for dementia research projects iv SAGe19 – SA Gerontology Conference
2019 05 30 i Two AAG Research Trust funding rounds offer $100,000 to open Monday 3 June ii AAG sets the scene to bid for the 2029 IAGG World Congress Down Under iii National Reconciliation Week plus a historic appointment
2019 05 23 i Super Early Bird Registrations now open ii National Aged Care Alliance Campaign iii SECG Blog: To pay or not to pay - that is the question
2019 05 16 i David Wallace Address confirmed for AAG Conference ii Two funding rounds opening 3 June iii Special Issue "Social Determinants of Health & Population Ageing"
2019 05 09 i Ashton Applewhite is coming Down Under ii Georgia State Uni researchers visit Cwlth Gvt iii QLD AAG SECG Webinar - Wed 29 May
2019 05 02 i Final and Only Extension to Submit An Abstract ii The latest AJA online - Vol 38, Issue 1 iii Upcoming AAG Webinar - 22 May
2019 04 24 i $730k to Hal Kendig Research Development Program ii Super Early Bird Registrations open Monday iii Baroness Sally Greengross OBE
2019 04 11 i Dementia Awareness for CALD Communities ii Watch Rosalind Croucher at the AAG Conference iii IAGG Asia/Oceana 2019 - Calling PHD candidates
2019 04 04 i Opportunity to comment - Certificate III in Ageing ii Glenda Powell Travelling Fellow - intimacy & ageing iii From the Archives
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