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Our fellows and trainees

Statistics on ANZCA and FPM fellows and trainees

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ANZCA WA Regional Committee

The committee is involved in training, continuing medical education and issues pertaining to anaesthesia in Western Australia. The committee advises the ANZCA Council on regional issues, convenes continuing medical education events for Fellows, runs examination preparation cou...

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Professional Affairs Executive Committee

The Professional Affairs Executive Committee (PAEC) reports to ANZCA Council on issues relevant or important to fellows of the college including fellowship engagement, policy, advocacy and community development.

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Education Executive Management Committee

The Education Executive Management Committee (EEMC) oversees, guides and reports on ANZCA education activities and the operations of the Education Development and Evaluation Committee (EDEC), the Training Accreditation Committee (TAC) and Specialist International Medical Gradu...

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Environmental sustainability

The healthcare sector is highly interconnected with activities that emit pollution to air, water and soils, resulting in a significant ecological footprint and contribution to anthropogenic climate change.

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SIMG assessment process

Our SIMG assessment process evaluates the ability of a specialist to practise as an unsupervised specialist anaesthetist and/or pain medicine specialist at a standard comparable to that required of a fellow of ANZCA (FANZCA) or fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine (FFPMANZCA).

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Academic enhancement grant

The academic enhancement grant aims to foster the advancement of the academic disciplines of anaesthesia and/or pain medicine.

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Apply for an ANZCA research grant

Every year, we make grant funding available to fellows and trainees who are novice, emerging or established researchers, for studies in anaesthesia, intensive care, pain or perioperative medicine.

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Ulimaroa

Ulimaroa is a heritage listed, 19th Century Italianate mansion, now incorporated into our Melbourne headquarters on St Kilda Road in Melbourne. It was purchased in September 1993, when the college was established.

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Cardiac Thoracic Vascular and Perfusion (CTVP) SIG

The CTVP SIG promotes excellence in education, research, and leadership in the field through the collaborative efforts of our members. We welcome all as members, who share a dedication to advancing our discipline.

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