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Careers at ANZCA

We're building a diverse and vibrant workforce and we want to attract the best people! Find out what a career with the college can offer you, and explore current job vacancies around Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand.

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International Women's Day

View our International Women's Day campaigns from 2024-22

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)

Find out what we're doing to advocate for - and improve - inclusion and diversity in all areas of anaesthesia and pain medicine practice.

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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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Inconsistencies in use of red (or other colour) wrist bands for patients with anaphylaxis history

ANZCA has become aware of variations between hospitals and facilities in the use of red or other colour wrist bands on patients to indicate a history of anaphylaxis. We ask you to take care to know the wrist band practices in each hospital or facility you work in. We also remi...

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ANZCA Global Development Committee Scholarships

The Global Development Committee supports both local and international anesthetists through scholarships to support training and improve global health knowledge and understanding.

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SA/NT ACE CME Committee

SA/NT ACE CME Committee organise anaesthetic educational opportunities which can be included within individual CPD plans.

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Admission to ANZCA fellowship

Once you've met your training requirements, you're eligible to apply for admission to fellowship. Here's everything you need to know about the process, as well as information on registering as a specialist.

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Get involved in the college community

Find out how we can help you connect and collaborate with colleagues; build your professional networks; learn leadership skills; and develop your career as a specialist.

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Airway leads networks

The Airway Management Special Interest Group (SIG) is developing a network of airway leads throughout the Australian healthcare sector. Members will work collaboratively to improve airway management in anaesthesia. A similar network already exists in New Zealand.

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