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Acute pain management forms

Acute pain services require a significant number of core forms that need regular updating. To help reduce the time acute pain services requires for this service, SIG members have provided these specimen forms for you to copy, trial, and adapt to local requirements.

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Ventolin metered dose inhalers (AU)

Important information on changes to the design of Salbutamol (Ventolin) metered dose inhalers (MDIs/‘puffers’) in Australia.

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FPM by-laws

The by-laws govern the conduct and management of the Faculty of Pain Medicine. 

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Better Pain Management program

Better Pain Management is a professional, high quality online education program developed by the Faculty of Pain Medicine. 

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Specialist International Medical Graduates Committee

The SIMG Committee reports to the Education Executive Management Committee (EEMC) on assessment of specialist international medical graduates (SIMG) for practice in Australia and New Zealand.

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Trainee Performance Review Sub-committee

The Trainee Performance Review (TPR) Sub-committee reports to ANZCA Council via the Education Executive Management Committee (EEMC) on matters relating to the delivery of the TPR process

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EPM Online

EPM Online provides a primer in the essentials of pain management. It covers the tools that can be used to Recognise, Assess and Treat pain.

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ANZCA Trainee Committee

The ANZCA Trainee Committee reports to the Education Executive Management Committee and hence to the ANZCA Council on issues related to trainees and is governed by Regulation 16.

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Our executive leadership team

Our specialist staff in Melbourne, Wellington, and regional offices around Australia provide the ANZCA Council, FPM Board, and their respective committees with administrative, technical and management support, along with professional advice.

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ANZCA regulations

The regulations govern the conduct and management of the College, consistent with the objectives of ANZCA's Constitution. The ANZCA Council is responsible for making, amending and repealing all regulations.

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