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Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG) 48th National Conference - Alice Springs

The AAG Conference is truly multidisciplinary and brings together people with a wide range of professional interests. This unique meeting of the minds offers delegates an exciting opportunity to make new connections with people and ideas.

The theme for the 2015 Conference is "Place, Spirit, Heart: Exploring Experiences of Ageing". The theme was chosen to reflect some the characteristics of living and working in remote Australia, but which will also resonate for people in any location. Holding the conference in Alice Springs will provide an opportunity for reflection on both the personal and professional, such as the differences between service delivery and practice in rural remote and urban locations, and the experiences of ageing in those different places.

The 2015 Conference promises to provide you with a uniquely Territorian experience, as well as provide the opportunity to experience what some of the Central Australian community has to offer including a range of arts, cultural and adventure activities.

For more information, go to: http://www.aag.asn.au/national-conference or please contact Savio D'sa by email: or by phone: 03 99398512.

Key dates:

  • Abstract submission opens 16 February, 2015
  • Abstract submission close 21 April, 2015  
  • Notification of abstract acceptance 19 May, 2015  
  • Draft programme released 15 June, 2015  
  • Early bird registration closes 4 September, 2015

Dates

Wed 4 Nov 2015 8:30 AM - Fri 6 Nov 2015 4:30 PM


Location

Alice Springs
Northern Territory


Pricing

Not yet released at time of post


Contact

Name Savio D'sa
Phone 03 99398512.
Link The Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG) is hosting



Created 30th January 2015

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