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Expressions of interest are now being sought for the newly created Gender Equity Sub-Committee and close on 27 February 2020.
ANZCA has published a joint statment with the Australian Diabetes Society and the New Zealand Society for the Study of Diabetes on periprocedural diabetic ketoacidosis and SGLT2i use.
Nearly 10,000 doctors in training have participated in Australia’s first medical training survey which provides a national snapshot of medical training.
A new study by the World Health Organization says tobacco smokers are at significantly higher risk than non-smokers for post-surgical complications.
The 2020 ANZCA Council and new fellow election will take place from Thursday 13 March until noon on Thursday 27 March.
ANZCA Council has updated its statement on climate change to recognise the need for urgent and decisive action.
Australian and New Zealand hospitals are invited to participate in an ANZCA-endorsed study into postoperative vasopressor therapy.
Apply for the new joint British Journal of Anaesthesia (BJA), Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA), and ANZCA​ collaborative research grant.
New guidelines have been released on the safe implementation of neural connector devices to reduce misconnection errors.
ANZCA is recognised by Carbon Neutral, Australia's largest biodiverse reforestation offset developer, for offsetting 421 tonnes of carbon emissions in 2018. 
Professor Paul Myles, Professor David Story and Dr Doug Campbell have all been awarded top research grants in Australia and New Zealand.
The results of a 10-year study on anaesthetic depth and complications after major surgery have been published in The Lancet.
Professor Paul Myles, Director of Anaesthesia at Monash, has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine for his contributions to research.
The following candidates have been successful in the October 2019 final examination. Results were released on Friday October 25 and Saturday October 26.
Dr Julia Birch attended the 2019 ELC in Kuala Lumpur and agrees it was one of the best decision she has made for her career.
ANZCA President Dr Rod Mitchell is a co-signatory to a statement calling on the Australian Parliament to maintain the Medevac legislation.  
Mr Nigel Fidgeon is the new chief executive officer of ANZCA. He is an experienced CEO and senior executive at health services and hospitals in Victoria.
The following candidates have been successful in the August/October 2019 primary examination. The results were released from October 7-9.
The following candidates have met the criteria for invitation to the Anaesthetic Viva examination to be held on October 25 and 26, 2019. 
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