Australian Ageing Agenda
Australian Ageing Agenda (AAA) is an independent and authoritative bi-monthly magazine and news website for people who work in or around the broad aged services and retirement living sectors in Australia. It provides a range of objective news, analysis and opinion on ageing issues and policy, aged care and seniors housing.
Natasha Egan is editor of Australian Ageing Agenda.
Sandy Cheu is a journalist with Australian Ageing Agenda.
Each issue of AAA magazine contains updates on relevant operational, legal and financial issues along with in-depth features on crucial systems and operations, clinical care, technology, built environment and other issues relevant to the sector, written by the experienced journalists who make up the AAA team.
AAA magazine provides a special role in fostering discussion and debate, and each issue carries comment pieces from a range of stakeholder groups as well as opinion from relevant figures.
Complementing AAA magazine is AAA online.
Redesigned in 2020, AAA online offers the best in independent news and informed analysis and opinion. Featuring reader comments and topical polls, AAA online is also a source of lively debate and discussion.
The AAA newsletter is sent to our 8,700 subscribers every Wednesday and Friday.
AAA’s editorial policy
The quality reputation of AAA rests upon its commitment to providing independent news and analysis on topics relevant to the audience. Our journalists report on issues of importance objectively, without fear or favour.
AAA invites editorial submissions from relevant groups, which can include aged services providers, researchers, policy makers and other professionals working in and around the sector. Contributed articles must be original, unpublished in any other forum and written only for AAA.
Both AAA magazine and online follows an editorial policy that maintains the editorial integrity of the publication. This policy prevents contributors from using an editorial article in AAA as an opportunity to promote specific branded products or services. AAA’s Contributor Guidelines, which outline the editorial policy and give guidance to those seeking to make an editorial submission, are available on request from the editor (email [email protected]).
Since 2011 AAA has had a formal partnership with the Australian Association of Gerontology, the multidisciplinary organisation representing the various professionals with an interest in ageing. Through the partnership, AAG’s 900-plus members receive AAA magazine.
Community Care Review
Community Care Review is an independent website that reports on the aged and disability community care sector. We cover aged care services, disability services, informal carers, aged and disability care policy, dementia and all the latest research.
CCR offers the best in independent news and informed analysis and opinion. The site incorporates multimedia as a staple in its reportage, with the use of audio.
The CCR newsletter is sent to more than 4,000 subscribers every Thursday.
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