The ANZSGM engages with a network of partners and collaborators to support the work of geriatricians across Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand through the delivery of professional development, training, and advocacy.
We aim to work with organisations who share in our mission to foster and promote excellence in health care of older persons in Australia and New Zealand. The Society welcomes collaborative opportunities with Government bodies, Non-Government Bodies (NGOs), education and research institutions. For more information, please contact us at email@example.com .
The Society forms partnerships with other organisations with common goals and values. While each of these organisations are unique in their focus and scope, these partnerships involve mutual support, the sharing of awareness on relevant issues, and possible cooperation on projects as they may arise.
The ANZSGM has collaborative agreements in place with the following organisations:
The Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG) is on of Australia’s Australia’s peak bodies for professionals working across the fields of ageing.
The AAG is a collaborative partner with the ANZSGM in publication of the Australasian Journal on Ageing (AJA), a peer reviewed journal which publishes original work in any area of gerontology and geriatric medicine.
The Council on the Ageing (COTA) Australia is the leading national policy
development, advocacy and representation organisation seeking to achieve an equitable, just and inclusive society for Australia’s over 8 million older Australians over 50 year old.
COTA Australia is a collaborative partner with the ANZSGM in publication of the Australasian Journal on Ageing (AJA), a peer reviewed journal which publishes original work in any area of gerontology and geriatric medicine.
The Health Roundtable (HRT) is a non-profit member organisation of Australasian health services. It exists to:
HRT exists to provide opportunities for health clinicians to learn how to achieve best practice in their organisations, the collections and analysis of information comparing organisations and identifying ways to improve operational practices, and the promotion of collaboration and networking amongst health organisation clinicians and executives.
This collaboration benefits the ANZSGM through access to HRT’s data by the way of insightful presentations and/or accessing HRT’s data for secondary use of like research.
The Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) is the professional medical College for physicians and trainee physicians in Australia and New Zealand.
The ANZSGM and it members work closely with the RACP to contribute to geriatric medicine training and educational activities. These include teaching, supervision and examination of basic and advanced Trainees, development of educational resources, policy an advocacy activities, research, membership of RACP committees, and provision of continuing professional education.
The National Aged Care Alliance (NACA) is a representative body of peak national organisations in aged care, including consumer groups, providers, unions, and health professionals, working together to determine a more positive future for aged care in Australia.
The International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG) aims to promote the highest levels of achievement in gerontological research and training worldwide, and to interact with other international, inter-governmental and non-governmental organizations in the promotion of gerontological interests globally and on behalf of its member associations.