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Neuroanaesthesia SIG

The Neuroanaesthesia SIG exists to foster interest in matters relating to the perioperative care and anaesthesia of patients with intracranial and spinal pathology. This includes the application of basic and translational science relevant to clinical anaesthesia.

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ANZCA Clinical Trials Network Executive

The ANZCA Clinical Trials Network Executive is a collaboration of accomplished clinical researchers who work to improve the evidence base of anaesthesia by developing and conducting high quality, multicentre randomised controlled trials and related research. The ANZCA Clinical...

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Research Committee

The ANZCA Research Committee assesses research applications for projects related to anaesthesia, resuscitation, perioperative medicine, intensive care or pain medicine carried out in Australia or New Zealand.

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Pain relief and having a baby

You might not need the care of an anaesthetist when you’re carrying and delivering your baby, but it’s good to know what your options are.

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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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South Australia Anaesthetic Mortality Committee (SAAMC)

South Australia Anaesthetic Mortality Committee (SAAMC)

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Environmental Sustainability Network

The purpose of the ESN is “to advocate, collaborate and promote initiatives and projects related to environmental sustainability within anaesthesia, perioperative and pain medicine”.

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Support our work

Your support can help deliver life-saving research and education in anaesthesia and pain medicine.

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Professorships

We offer two prestigious anaesthesia professorships. Explore the eligibility criteria, application process, entitlements, and past recipients.

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2023 ANZCA ASM Regional Organising Committee

The Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists and Faculty of Pain Medicine is conducted each year, usually in early May for a duration of four to five days with an expected attendance of 1700 to 2100 delegates. The ASM is the pr...

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