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History of the college

The college was founded in February 1992 after operating as a Faculty of Anaesthetists within the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.

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Our mission, vision, and strategic plan

Our mission and vision for the college inform our five-year strategic plan, which guides our college-wide business activity.

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Pain relief and having a baby

You might not need the care of an anaesthetist when you’re carrying and delivering your baby, but it’s good to know what your options are.

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FPM centralised trainee tutorials

The centralised trainee tutorial program is an exciting initiative introduced in 2021 to provide all pain medicine trainees with access to a formalised teaching program and regular opportunities to engage with other trainees.

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Is a career in pain medicine right for me?

Pain medicine is a dynamic and rewarding career choice for specialists looking for a new challenge. Find out what it involves; where it can take you; and how to get started.

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FPM Learning and Development Committee

Reporting to the Training and Assessment Executive Committee, the Learning and Development Committee is responsible for the ongoing support and evaluation of the training program and other educational initiatives.

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FPM Professional Standards Committee

The Professional Standards Committee reports to the Professional Affairs Executive Committee and acts as formal liaison between the faculty and regional/national committees; reviews and develops professional documents and responds to professional issues.

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FPM Executive Committee

The Executive Committee assists the faculty's dean and general manager in dealing with matters that arise between board meetings, and alerts the board to matters needing consideration, action or ratification.

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