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Due to important software maintenance, ANZCA and FPM online services will be unavailable from 9.30pm (AEST) tonight (Tuesday August 20) to 12.30am (AEST) tomorrow.
All fellows, including hospital department heads and anaesthesia craft group chairs, should prepare for new spinal, epidural and nerve block equipment.

The Professional Affairs Executive Committee currently has a membership vacancy and are taking expression of interests.

The Victorian real-time prescription monitoring system, SafeScript, is now live, with its use to be mandatory for prescribers and pharmacists from April 2020.
Mr Nigel Fidgeon will be the new chief executive officer of ANZCA. He is an experienced CEO and senior executive at health services and hospitals in Victoria.
ANZCA's annual compliance report has been lodged with the Workplace Gender Equality Agency, and is now available.
Congratulations to former president Dr Lindy Roberts, AM, one of many ANZCA and FPM fellows recognised in this year's Queen's birthday honours list.
Our action plan is now live and available, outlining our commitment to gender equity and will be delivered over the next five years.
Our online learning mentoring course is now available on Networks, providing a training framework for mentors in anaesthesia and pain medicine.
The WBAs are being relaunched in 2019 to re-emphasise and re-educate the ANZCA community on utilising WBAs as feedback and learning tools. 
The following candidates have met the criteria for invitation to the Anaesthetic Viva examination to be held on May 24th and 25th, 2019
The following candidates have met the criteria for invitation to the primary viva examination to be held in May 13-15, 2019
We are pleased to announce the following fellows have been successful at the 2019 ANZCA Council election, and we extend our congratulations.
A message to fellows, trainees and specialist international medical graduates (SIMGs) following the events in Christchurch on Friday March 15.
A report commissioned by our Faculty of Pain Medicine into the ballooning cost of chronic pain highlights the need for a national pain strategy in New Zealand.
We're changing the way we run our workplace-based assessments (WBAs) to make them better feedback and learning mechanisms.  
Groundbreaking research led by Professor Andrew Davidson shows general anaesthesia is unlikely to have lasting effects on the developing brain. 
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.
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