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Contributing to public policy and health systems

We work with national, state and territory governments to ensure we're appropriately consulted on decisions affecting our members; the health systems they work within; and their ability to provide every patient with safe, high-quality, and culturally competent care.

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Our supporters

Our Patrons Program is a simple, practical way for you to make a personal investment in the future of safer surgery and better pain treatment, and help to restore quality to patients’ lives.

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Wellbeing SIG

The aim of the Wellbeing SIG is to promote the personal and psychological wellbeing and to heighten awareness of wellbeing issues in anaesthetists and pain medicine specialists. The group is an informative, educative and referral group; it has no therapeutic role.

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Standing for election as an ANZCA councillor

Everything you need to know about standing for election as an ANZCA councillor

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WBA leads

We've appointed workplace-based assessment (WBA) leads across Australia and New Zealand to provide WBA education and support to individual departments. In 2019, more than 100 ANZCA training sites participated in a 45-minute workshop delivered by their regional WBA lead.

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Frequently asked questions

We've collated answers to frequently asked questions from CPD participants. These include the essentials for your CPD portfolio, recognised emergency response courses/workshops, information for retiring fellows, what to do if your selected for annual verification and much more.

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FPM mentoring program

Our mentoring program aims to support pain medicine trainees and fellows during their training and/or early post-fellowship years. Here's everything you need to know about finding and becoming a mentor.

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EMAC course

Effective Management of Anaesthetic Crises (EMAC) is a simulation-based course focused on managing anaesthetic emergencies. It consists of five modules, run over two and a half days, and is a compulsory requirement of the anaesthesia training program.

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Short-term training pathway

Applicants who wish to enter a short-term specialist anaesthetic training or pain training (STT) position in Australia must be assessed for the purpose of medical registration. This pathway does not lead to fellowship.

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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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