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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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FPM Training Unit Accreditation Committee

Reporting to the Training and Assessment Executive Committee, the Training Unit Accreditation Committee implements and oversees the accreditation of multidisciplinary pain management units for the core training stage of the faculty training program.

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Admission to faculty fellowship

Here's everything you need to know about applying to become an FFPMANZCA and registering as a specialist pain medicine physician.

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COVID-19 - potential impacts to pain medicine training

Information regarding the impacts to pain medicine training during the COVID-19 pandemic

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About the foundation

Learn more about the foundation’s vision and mission, and our initiatives with Indigenous communities and overseas aid work.

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Other ANZCA initiatives

Managed by the ANZCA Global Development Committee, we have a number of other initiatives to help support and build the anaesthesia and pain medicine workforce in western Pacific countries

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Essential Pain Management program

Unrelieved pain is a major global healthcare problem and its importance is often unrecognised. Adequate pain management results in fewer medical complications, earlier hospital discharge and improved quality of life.

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FPM trainee toolkit

We've developed a range of courses and resources to support your pain medicine training.

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College archives

Our archives document the history and administration of the college, and its predecessor, as well as records of the Faculty of Pain Medicine. The archives are a rich source of primary material about the history of the organisation, and many individuals within it.

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Growing and supporting the Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Māori workforce

The Indigenous health workforce in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand is integral to ensuring that the system has the capacity to address the needs of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Māori peoples.

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