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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
2020 03 26 The Kindness Pandemic | Getting to know Fiona Stanaway, AAG CALD SIG convener | DOH COVID-19 Preparedness Webinar
2020 03 19 Ageing & the Round Table Primary Health Care 10-year plan | AAG Covid-19 update | Policy & Practice Update (Jan to mid-Mar 2020)
2020 03 12 LGBTI inclusive aged care: practice knowledge from the USA | Final Reminder - Up to five $7K grants up for grabs close 17th March | Getting to know Mr Nathan D’Cuhna – ACT Division Chair
2020 03 05 LGBTI Action Plans in the news | Up to five $7K grants up for grabs close 17th March | Upcoming Webinars – mark your calendars
2020 02 27 AAG Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan 2020-21 | Friends of ATSIAAG - are you part of the group? | Webinar - Older people who are leaving or have left prison – Tuesday 10th March
2020 02 20 A focus on human rights and reform | Getting the 2020 Glenda Powell Travelling Fellow Sue McGrath | ATSIAAG member helps out in fire ravaged area
2020 02 13 2020 AAG Conference Abstracts open Monday 17th February 2020 | AJA recruiting for New Editor-in-Chief | VALE Dr. Renato Maia Guimarães
2020 02 06 Aboriginal social justice leader to give keynote | RN Big Ideas program on tackling ageism | New National President for the Student & Early Career Group (SECG)
2020 01 30 Up to five $7K grants up for grabs | New faces join Board/Trustees and Divisions | Videos of AAG Conference plenary sessions now available
AAG Policy, Practice & Research Update
The AAG Policy, Practice & Research 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 & Research Update click here