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The supply of Dantrolene (Dantrium) is compromised. ANZCA has asked the TGA to expedite licensing of alternative brands.
ANZCA launches five recommendations for Choosing Wisely Australia which aims to eliminate practices that are not evidence-based and may be harmful.
A memorial service for the late Professor Ross Holland will be held in the Great Hall of the University of Sydney on Monday March 27 from 12-2pm.
The listed candidates have met the criteria for invitation to the primary viva examination to be held in April 2017. 
The Support for Rural Specialists in Australia Program will provide grants for rural and remote specialists to do continuing professional development. 
Read our media release issued to celebrate 25 years of leadership in medical research, specialist education and training and the setting of professional standards.
Did you know you can pay your annual subscription online? In fact, as of 2017, all subscriptions will be managed electronically.
FDA warns about general anaesthesia/sedation for prolonged or repeated procedures in children under 3 and pregnant women in their 3rd trimester.
Click through to see some of the College's key achievements from the past year, and take a sneak peek at what we've got planned for 2017. 
The American Anesthesia History Association has awarded our online exhibition "Trailblazers and Peacekeepers" a prize for "Best Media of 2015".
A big thank you to Fellows and trainees across Australia and New Zealand who made National Anaesthesia Day 2016 such a success.
GlaxoSmithKline Australia has advised that new stock of Ultiva (remifentanil hydrochloride) will be unavailable in Australia and potentially NZ until 2018.
ANZCA has clarified its position on can't intubate, can't oxygenate (CICO) front of neck access in response to a statement by the Royal College of Anaesthetists.
Local and international experts met in Hahndorf, SA on September 16-18 to discuss "managing pain in the workplace" and it generated great media interest.

A new airway assessment resource has been produced for use by ANZCA Fellows and trainees. It is the first of an airway resource series.

We are introducing changes to the scholar role and volume of practice requirements from the start of the 2017 hospital employment year (HEY).
The Australian government is planning for its expression of interest online portal for Specialist Training Program funding to go live in October (date TBC).
On August 29, the ANZCA Trainee Committee emailed each trainee an invitation to take part in an online survey to help us to improve the training program. 
The following candidates have been successful in the written component of the 2016.2 ANZCA primary examination.
A report has been released on the tragic Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital incident where two babies were resuscitated with nitrous oxide instead of oxygen.
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