EMAC

The following information relates to doctors undertaking the Specialist International Medical Graduate (SIMG) assessment process in Australia and SIMG who are undertaking the ANZCA fellowship pathway in New Zealand who were assessed after April 3, 2017. For SIMG undertaking the pathway for Vocational Registration in New Zealand, please contact the Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ) for information on your requirements.
 
If you were assessed prior to April 3, 2017 please click here.

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The simulation-based EMAC course provides training in the management of anaesthetic emergencies. It consists of five modules run over two and a half days covering topics such as airway management, human performance, cardiovascular emergencies, anaesthetic emergencies and trauma management.

EMAC is delivered by simulation centres in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Wellington, Auckland and Hong Kong. These centres have been accredited by ANZCA to provide the EMAC course. Please contact individual centres for bookings and inquiries.
 
Frequently asked questions
 
Can I complete a different emergency response activity?
If you are required to complete an EMAC course you cannot elect to complete a different emergency response activity.
 
What evidence do I need to submit?
You must send us a copy of your certificate of completion via email or post.
 
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