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Past Event Presentations and videos

Presentations

You can view presentation slides from our past events here:
(for events 2019 onwards, where the presenter has given permission)

Title & link to original event registration page Description Links to presentations
14th August 2019 - ACT

Forum: Promoting choices and building connection in older people’s intimate relationships

Despite evidence that intimacy plays a vital role in health, quality of life, and connection for older people, they are often not adequately supported to exercise choices and independence relating to intimacy.

Initiatives to promote intimacy or sexuality are often limited to (heterosexual) sex and miss broader opportunities to promote healthy intimate relationships. This event explores new ways for understanding and promoting intimacy for older people.

Click here to download a copy of the presentation
21st June 2019 - SA Gerontology Conference 2019 Curious about issues related to ageing? Want to learn more about what’s happening in the ageing and aged care space in South Australia? Interested in hearing about innovations being rolled out in Adelaide and interstate? Connect with us!
Presented by the Australian Association of Gerontology SA Division, this conference brings together
a wide range of people with an interest in issues of ageing – service providers, health professionals,
policy makers, advocates, researchers, students, and older people themselves.
Click here to download copies of the presentations
15th March 2019 - Healthy Ageing - A Lifelong Process
Seminar (Hunter Chapter)
Healthy ageing covers a wide range of issues. This seminar offers new perspectives on
healthy ageing across the life course. Presentations will report findings from recent
Australian and UK research on healthy life expectancy and outline practical approaches
to encourage healthy ageing in late life, including community and residential care
settings and even at end of life. A panel of distinguished speakers will discuss concepts of autonomy and independence in healthy approaches to care.
Click here to download copies of the presentations

Recordings

Month Description

2021 08 19 - AAG VIC & ANZSGM VIC

Joint Online Meeting: Moving forward from Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety - Free event (via Zoom)

Click here to watch the recording

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2021 08 17 - AAG Vic Division Student & Early Career Group (SECG) event

Unpacking co-design - Free event (via Zoom)

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2021 07 23 - ‘Pause, pivot and proceed! Undertaking Study and Research in Times of Uncertainty’ symposium

The recording of the insightful ‘Pause, pivot and proceed! Undertaking Study and Research in Times of Uncertainty’ symposium from the recent 2021 IAGG World Pre-Congress eConference, is now available for you to view.

Co-chaired by Justine Irving (Flinders University) and AAG Vice President, Dr Claudia Meyer, who are the IAGG Council of Student Organizations Regional Representatives, they were joined by presenters from eight countries across Asia and Oceania. The symposium included personal stories from PhD and Masters students and concluded with some general discussion regarding ways to manage your project during times of uncertainty.

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2021 07 23 - From Covid-19 to a decade of healthy ageing

The recording of the excellent ‘From Covid-19 to a Decade of healthy ageing in the IAGG Asia/Oceania Region’ symposium covering seven countries at the recent 2021 IAGG World Pre-Congress eConference on the 23rd of June, is now available for you to view.

AAG former President and Life Member, Professor Julie Byles, Chaired the symposium covering seven countries. The different countries across the region have varied greatly in terms of infection spread, public and political response, and the impacts on their populations. Even where infection rates have been low, the effect on older people has been considerable, with reduced access to health care, social isolation, deconditioning and accelerated rates of physical and cognitive decline.

The eminent presenters included: Professor Ashish Goel (India); Dr Yodi Christiani (Indonesia); Susana Harding (Singapore); and NZAG Vice-President and AJA Editor in Chief, Professor Debra Waters (NZ).

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2021 06 17 - AAG VIC & ANZSGM VIC

Joint Online Meeting: Self-Neglect by Older People

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2020 04 07 - Click here to watch Chiara Naseri's presentation from the online event, Showcasing current evidence in falls prevention for older people following hospital discharge.

Click here to download a copy of her presentation.

Please note that this video is accessible to AAG members only and is password protected. If you are currently logged in to our website as a member you can obtain the password by clicking here.

2020 03 11 - Click here to watch the Tim Johnston’s presentation from the event, LGBTI inclusive aged care: practice knowledge from the USA in Melbourne

We apologise for the poor lighting at the venue which has made the picture a little dark.

Please note that this video is accessible to AAG members only and is password protected. If you are currently logged in to our website as a member you can obtain the password by clicking here.

2019 12 06 - Click here to watch the 'Post PhD career opportunities' panel discussion from the 2019 VIC SECG Annual Forum event in Melbourne.

We apologise for the poor lighting at the venue which has made the picture a little dark.

Please note that this video is accessible to AAG members only and is password protected. If you are currently logged in to our website as a member you can obtain the password by clicking here.

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