Reg 25 ANZCA Council Citation

AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND COLLEGE OF ANAESTHETISTS COUNCIL CITATION         

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The ANZCA Council Citation was established by the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists in 2000.

 

25.1  This award is made at the discretion of ANZCA Council in recognition of significant contributions to particular activities of the College.

25.2     The award will also acknowledge the humanitarian endeavours of Fellows and trainees who make extraordinary and critically important contributions (clinical or non-clinical) in times of major disaster, conflict or in other circumstances outside the College.  These Fellows or trainees will show particular selflessness, bravery and courage putting their own personal safety at risk to significantly impact the welfare, safety and survival of the community.

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25.3     Nominations for the award will be considered at any ANZCA Council meeting.

 

25.4    All nominations will be made in writing, formally proposed by five Fellows and submitted to the chief executive officer at least 30 days before the ANZCA Council meeting.

 

25.5     Each nomination will be accompanied by the curriculum vitae of the nominee.

 

25.6     ANZCA Council will vote on the nomination by secret ballot. 

 

25.7    No award will be made unless at least three-quarters of the voting members of the Council present and voting vote in favour, with abstentions not being counted in the total number of votes. 

 

25.8     Nominations rejected by ANZCA Council may be reconsidered if formally proposed and seconded at a subsequent ANZCA Council meeting.

 

August 2013

 

 
ANZCA COUNCIL CITATIONS

  • Apr 2001 (Inaugural awards) David Ian McCuaig
    (VIC) For contributions to the former Faculty of Anaesthetists, the College and anaesthesia in Victoria. 
  • William Woodhouse
    (VIC) For contributions to the former Faculty of Anaesthetists, the College and anaesthesia in Victoria. 
  • Robert Manching Wong
    (WA) For contributions to the former Faculty of Anaesthetists, the College and anaesthesia in Western Australia, particularly the pre-Fellowship courses.
     
  • Sept 2001 William Beresford
    (WA) For contributions to academic anaesthesia in Western Australia.
  • John Reed Hankey
    (WA) For contributions to anaesthesia in Western Australia, the former Faculty of Anaesthetists as an Examiner and member of the WA Regional Committee.
  • Maxwell Sloss
    (WA) For contributions to anaesthesia in Western Australia, the former Faculty of Anaesthetists as an Examiner and member of the WA Regional Committee.
  • Donald Stewart
    (WA) For contributions to undergraduate anaesthesia training and anaesthesia education in Western Australia.
  • Lindsay Ian (Tub) Worthley
    (SA) For contributions to the Former Faculty of Anaesthetists as an Examiner, personal initiative in establishing and running the Pre-Examination Intensive Care Course, and contributions to anaesthesia and intensive care education in SA.

 

  • May/June 2002 Malcolm Edward Futter
    (NZ) For contributions to anaesthesia teaching in New Zealand and to the New Zealand National Committee as Honorary Secretary, Deputy Chairman and Chairman, Assistant Assessor OTS (NZ), as a Primary Examiner.
  • Ian Rechtman
    (VIC) For contributions to the Faculty of Anaesthetists, RACS and the College as a member of the VRC, Councillor, Assistant Assessor, Assessor, Chairman of the Hospital Accreditation Committee, and as a member of the Panel of Examiners.  Also for his involvement in the purchase of Ulimaroa and as a member of the Victorian Chairs of Anaesthesia Appeal Committee.
  • Peter Roessler
    (VIC) For contributions to teaching and examining in physiology and to the Faculty of Anaesthetists, RACS and the College as a member of the VRC, Regional Education Officer, Primary Examiner, and as a member and Chairman of the Panel of Primary Examiners.

 

  • Oct 2002  Michael Heywood Bennett
    (NSW) For contributions to the promotion of the use of Hyperbaric medicine in the wider medical community.
  • Alan John Board
    (QLD) For contributions to paediatric anaesthesia and liver transplantation.
  • Alison Mary Holloway
    (QLD) For contributions to anaesthesia and education.

 

  • Feb 2003 Kandasamy Vijayakumar
    (NT) For outstanding contributions to Anaesthesia services in Alice Springs.

 

  • Jun 2003 Patricia Mackay
    (VIC) For significant contributions to the anaesthetic community of Victoria, service to the College, and in her role with the Consultative Council on Anaesthetic Mortality and Morbidity.
  • David McConnel
    (QLD) For service to the anaesthetic community of Queensland and contributions to the College through teaching, and as a Councillor and Committee member.
  • Anton Neilson
    (QLD) For contributions to anaesthesia and education.

 

  • Oct 2003 Carl Edmonds
    (WA) For outstanding contributions to diving medicine and safety.

 

  • Feb 2004 John Williamson
    (SA) For contributions to Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine, and incident monitoring.
  • Peter McCartney
    (TAS) For contributions to Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine.
  • Hugh Spencer
    (NZ) For contributions to teaching in New Zealand and the Pacific region, and in recognition of his long-standing commitment to ANZCA as a member fo the NZNC.

 

  • Oct 2004 John Gibbs
    (QLD) For untiring contributions to anaesthesia over many years as a Councillor, member and Chairman of the New Zealand National Committee, and involvement with the NZSA and other related Committees.
     
  • Jun 2005 Rupert McArthur
    (SA) For contributions to teaching, both ANZCA trainees and general practitioner anaesthetists.
     
  • Oct 2005 Lorna Berwick
    (NZ) For long-standing administrative service to New Zealand Fellows, trainees and the New Zealand National Committee.
     
  • Feb 2006 Kenneth McLeod
    (QLD) For contributions to rural anaesthesia, especially education and training of ANZCA trainees and GP anaesthetists.
  • Feb 2006 Dr Campbell Barrett (Dec)
    (NZ) Posthumously awarded for contributions to Anaesthesia and Intensive Care in New Zealand.
     
  • Apr 2006 Dr Roman Kluger
    (Vic) For contributions to the CVP Special Interest Group and Final Examination over many years.
     
  • Jun 2009 Prof Tess Cramond
    (Qld) For contributions to education and training in anaesthesia and pain medicine in Queensland. 
     
  • June 2011 John Archdeacon
    (Qld) In recognition of significant contributions to particular activities of the College and the development of the speciality in Queensland.
 
  • June 2011 Victor Ian Callanan
    (Qld) For significant contributions made in education and the development of anaesthesia in Queensland.
     
  • June 2012 Christchurch Hospital Department of Anaesthesia
    (NZ) In recognition of the assistance provided by the members of the department during the Christchurch earthquakes.
 
  • Nov 2015 Mark Gibbs
    (Qld) In recognition of significant contributions in improving the standard, quality and capacity of anaesthetic services in rural facilities across Queensland.
     
  • 2015 Peter R Platt
    (WA) In recognition of services to the Western Australia anaesthesia community, in particular in the field of anaesthesia allergy testing as well as significant involvement in clinical supervision, teaching and mentoring.
 
  • Sept 2016  Elizabeth Maycock
  • (Qld)  In recognition of her significant contributions in anaesthesia anaphylaxis, perioperative assessment and communication  interpersonal skills training.
 
  • Nov 2016  Megan Walmsley
  • (NT)  In recognition for her extraordinary efforts as a volunteer medical officer working at the Mt Everest
      base camp medical facility during the avalanche that occurred on April 25, 2015.

 
  • Feb 2017  Michael Paech
  • (WA) In recognition of significant contributions to the specialty of anaesthesia and various professional achievements.
 
  • Feb 2017  Jennifer Stedmon
  • (Qld) In recognition of significant contributions to the specialty of anaesthesia and various college related achievements.

 

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