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Groundbreaking research led by Professor Andrew Davidson shows general anaesthesia is unlikely to have lasting effects on the developing brain. 

New audit resources are now available in Networks for trainees and departmental scholar role tutors on clinical audit. 

ANZCA fellow Dr Richard "Harry" Harris has been named a joint winner of the 2019 Australian of the Year award and several other fellows recognised.
A $1.9 million Australian and New Zealand research study into the safe use of frozen blood platelets is one of three national grants awarded to ANZCA fellows. 
ANZCA supports the call by other specialist medical colleges to ensure that the health of all Australia's detainees on Nauru is not endangered.
The following candidates have been successful in the October final examination. The results were released on October 26 and 27, 2018.
ANZCA Council is supporting the Kids Off Nauru campaign calling for the transfer of all refugee children and their families off Nauru.
We’ve developed a cosmetic surgery factsheet for patients. It covers key questions about sedation and anaesthesia.
The following candidates have been successful in the August/October 2018 primary examination.
Victorian fellows can register with SafeScript and log onto a secure webportal to review patients' prescribing and dispensing monitored medications data.
You can now search all of ANZCA Library’s journals, books and e-books through a single “Google-like” search interface.
Malignant Hyperthermia Australia and New Zealand has released an updated website and revised resource kit.
ANZCA fellow, Associate Professor Richard Riley, has been selected as a Class of 2019 Fellow to the Society for Simulation in Healthcare’s Academy.
The following candidates have met the criteria for invitation to the primary viva examination to be held October 8-10, 2018. 

The 2017 Fellowship Survey identified a number of ways we could improve. Find out what we've committed to deliver by 2020.

ANZCA and the Australian Society of Anaesthetists support standardisation of Australian hospital emergency numbers but not a particular number.
ANZCA President, Dr Rod Mitchell, has praised the efforts of fellow Dr Richard “Harry” Harris for his role in the Thai cave rescue.
​ANZCA has launched its Member Benefits program which will fund anaesthesia and pain medicine research while offering savings on services.
The following candidates have been successful in the May final examination. The results were released on May 18 and 19, 2018
ANZCA lists all provisional fellowship positions and includes links to government recruitment websites where employment opportunities may be listed.
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