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The following candidates have met the criteria for invitation to the anaesthetic viva examination to be held on May 18 and 19, 2018. 
The following candidates have been successful in the February/April 2018 Primary Examination. The results were released from April 16-18.
ANZCA and RACS are running a 12-month bi-national pilot study on emergency laparotomies and are seeking hospitals wanting to become involved.
The annual general meeting will be held in the Darling Harbour Theatre, International Convention Centre, Sydney on Thursday May 10 at 12.30pm.
WATCH: A personal video message from NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern congratulating us on our new "The Rare Privilege of Medicine exhibition.
The use of slow-release opioids in the management of acute pain has become commonplace despite overseas guidelines warning against the practice.
The following candidates have met the criteria for invitation to the primary viva exam in April.
Find out which two journalists have won the 2017 ANZCA Media Award for outstanding coverage of anaesthesia and pain medicine stories.
Dr Forbes McGain, FANZCA, has co-authored a paper showing Australia's healthcare system is responsible for 7% of the country's carbon footprint.
The 2017 edition of Australasian Anaesthesia (the Blue Book) is out now. Authors from Australia, New Zealand and overseas contributed to the publication.
ANZCA annual subscriptions are now payable. Please check your email inbox for your invoice and payment options.
Fellows, please check your email inboxes! We've invited you to take part in a confidential survey about a broad range of College activities.
The following candidates have been successful in the October final examination. The results were released on October 20 and 21, 2017.
MEDIA RELEASE: ANZCA, RACS and the ASPS have called for tougher regulation and regular safety and quality checks of day surgeries. 
ANZCA opposes all forms of discrimination. To this end, ANZCA councillors support marriage equality and have released the following statement.
The following candidates have been successful in the August /September 2017 primary examination. The results were released on September 25, 26 and 27, 2017.
The following candidates have met the criteria for invitation to the anaesthesia viva examination to be held from October 20-21, 2017. 
The following candidates have met the criteria for invitation to the primary viva examination to be held from September 25-27, 2017.
ANZCA President Professor David A Scott has written to the NSW Health Minister regarding safe sedation following an incident in a NSW beauty clinic.
The Obstetric Anaesthesia Special Interest Group has released a statement on the use of Tramadol by women who are breastfeeding.
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