Recognising excellence

Our awards, prizes and medals recognise achievements in areas such as the advancement and promotion of specialist medicine; exam performance; clinical research; education; and pastoral care.

Robert Orton Medal

The Robert Orton Medal is made at the discretion of the ANZCA Council, the sole criterion being distinguished service to anaesthesia, perioperative medicine and/or pain medicine.

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ANZCA Medal

Awarded at the discretion of the ANZCA Council, the ANZCA Medal recognises major contributions to the status of anaesthesia, intensive care, pain medicine or related specialties.

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ANZCA Council Citations

Awarded at the discretion of the ANZCA Council in recognition of significant contributions to college activities.

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Honorary ANZCA fellowship

From time-to-time, the ANZCA Council may confer honorary fellowship of the college on distinguished members of the medical profession, as well as other eminent individuals from outside the clinical community.

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Renton Prize

Awarded to the ANZCA trainee who has reached the highest marks in the ANZCA primary examination.

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Cecil Gray Prize

The Cecil Gray Prize is awarded to the ANZCA trainee who achieves the highest marks in the ANZCA final exam.

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The Barbara Walker Prize

The Barbara Walker Prize for Excellence in the Pain Medicine Examination recognises the candidate who achieves the highest mark in the FPM fellowship examination. It is awarded to the top student at the discretion of the Court of Examiners.

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Merit list for the FPM fellowship exam

Candidates who achieve a mark in the top 10 per cent in the FPM fellowship exam are eligible for inclusion in the merit list.

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Gilbert Brown Prize

Awarded to the fellow judged to make the best contribution to the free research paper session named the Gilbert Brown Prize Session at the ANZCA Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM).

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Trainee Academic Prize

Awarded to the ANZCA trainee (or fellow, within one year of fellowship) who is judged to have made the best contribution at the Trainee Academic Session held as part of the ANZCA Annual Scientific Meeting.

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FPM Dean's Prize

The FPM Dean's Prize recognises the FPM fellow or trainee judged to have presented the most original pain medicine/pain research paper, of sufficient standard, at the free papers session of the ANZCA Annual Scientific Meeting.

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FPM Best Free Paper Award

Awarded for original work judged to be the best contribution to the FPM free papers session at the ANZCA Annual Scientific Meeting. 

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Faculty of Pain Medicine Prize

The undergraduate prize in pain medicine is awarded to the best medical student in pain medicine in either of the final two years of undergraduate medical training.

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Dr Ray Hader Award for Pastoral Care

Named after Dr Ray Hader, a Victorian ANZCA trainee who died of an accidental drug overdose in 1998 after a long struggle with addiction, this award promotes compassion and a focus on the welfare of anaesthetists, other colleagues, patients and the community.

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Steuart Henderson Award

Awarded to a fellow who has demonstrated excellence and provided outstanding contribution, scholarship, and mentorship to medical education in the field of anaesthesia and/or pain medicine.

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Michael J Cousins Lecture

In recognition of the significant contributions of Professor Michael J Cousins FANZCA, FFPMANZCA to the field of pain medicine and his initiative to establish the Faculty of Pain Medicine, the faculty plenary session at the college's annual scientific meeting was named the Michael Cousins Lecture.

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Garry David Phillips Prize

Awarded for outstanding achievement in anaesthesia within the Masters of Medicine program at the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Papua New Guinea.

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ANZCA Prize Diploma of Anaesthesia - Papua New Guinea

Awarded to the candidate with the best overall performance to go into the Masters of Medicine program at the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Papua New Guinea.

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ANZCA Prize Best Medical Student - Papua New Guinea

Awarded to the medical student with the best overall performance in the anaesthesia module of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences of the University of Papua New Guinea

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Last updated 09:08 30.06.2020