07 December 2022

Registrations are now open for our 2023 Annual Scientific Meeting, Obstetric Anaesthesia SIG satellite meeting, and FPM Symposium in Sydney.

The 2023 ANZCA Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) promises to be a vibrant, informative and thought-provoking scientific meeting, drawing upon experts from Australia and New Zealand as well as further afield.

Our bumper ASM program has something for everyone: workshops, small group discussions, the scientific program, social functions and optional activities. Can’t make it to Sydney? No worries, there are great virtual delegate experiences too! Be sure to check out the websites and the inclusions available as a virtual attendee. Our 2023 Health Care Industry partners are also looking forward to reconnecting with you and sharing the many technologies and research trends that have occurred since the beginning of the pandemic.

So, as the year draws to a close and we make plans to ‘Be Connected’ make sure you

  1. Work out what you want to go to
  2. Bookmark your “must dos”
  3. Request your leave
  4. Book your flights
  5. And register now!

Dr Shanel Cameron and Dr Tanya Selak, ASM Co-convenors.

Satellite meetings

Head to the Obstetric Anaesthesia SIG satellite meeting and FPM Symposium webpages to view the programs for these two engaging satellite meetings. Did you know you can register for these satellite meetings when you register for the ASM? These meetings will take place prior to the ASM. Register now!

Submit your abstract

The 2023 ASM call for abstracts is open. Prospective authors can submit their abstracts for presentation at the ASM in anaesthesia and pain medicine categories. In 2023, you’ll also be able to submit abstracts for the Obstetric Anaesthesia SIG satellite meeting for the Michael Paech Prize.

For full abstract submission guidelines, including prize information and eligibility guidelines for awards, please visit the ASM website and the Obstetric Anaesthesia SIG satellite meeting website. Abstract submissions will close on Sunday 15 January 2023, at 11.59pm AEDT. 

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Last updated 10:19 23.03.2023