Our publications keep members up-to-date and lift the profile of anaesthesia and pain medicine with policy makers and in the wider community.
The quarterly ANZCA Bulletin is the pre-eminent source of information for anaesthetists and pain medicine specialists. With a circulation of about 8000, we send the Bulletin to fellows and trainees of the college, non-fellow participants in ANZCA's continuing professional development program, the media, health ministers and government departments, overseas sister colleges and all Australian and New Zealand teaching hospitals.
Please contact the editor if you would like to submit an article or a letter. To enquire about advertising in the ANZCA Bulletin, please contact our communications team.
Past editions of the ANZCA Bulletin have been indexed on Informit. Alternatively, please email us for PDFs of previous editions.
Australasian Anaesthesia (The Blue Book)
Commonly referred to as the Blue Book, we produce Australasian Anaesthesia every two years, and is one of the great benefits of being a fellow or trainee of ANZCA.
Past editions of the Australasian Anaesthesia have been indexed on Informit. Alternatively, please email us for PDFs of previous editions.
Acute Pain Management: Scientific Evidence
We publish Acute Pain Management: Scientific Evidence every five years. It covers a wide range of clinical topics, combining a review of the best available evidence for acute pain management.
Acute Pain Medicine: Scientific Evidence has been indexed on Informit. Alternatively, please email us for PDFs of previous editions.
Pain Medicine Journal
The Pain Medicine Journal is the official publication of the Faculty of Pain Medicine, ANZCA. It is the leading source of peer-reviewed research on pain medicine. The journal is published monthly online and can be accessed via the Pain Medicine Oxford Academic website.
Our professional documents, statements and guidelines are crucial for promoting the safety and quality of patient care for those undergoing anaesthesia for surgical and other procedures and for those receiving pain medicine treatment.
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The ANZCA Strategic Plan 2018-2022 guides our college-wide business activity. It's the result of comprehensive consultation and engagement within the ANZCA community and beyond.
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