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Fellowship

ANZCA is the professional membership organisation for more than 6000 specialist anaesthetists and 460 specialist pain medicine physicians who've met our rigorous training or assessment...

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About Us

ANZCA is one of the largest specialist medical colleges in Australia and New Zealand, and the region's foremost authority on anaesthesia, pain and perioperative medicine.

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Education & Training

Lifelong education, training and professional support is at the heart of everything we do.

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Our people and structure

Everything you need to know about our governance and organisational structure, including short biographies of current ANZCA councillors, FPM board members, the ANZCA chief executive officer, and senior management.

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Our approach to research

Learn more about our research, strategy and objectives.

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College publications

Your membership entitles you to copies of popular inhouse publications including Australasian Anaesthesia (the Blue Book), Acute Pain Management: Scientific Evidence, the quarterly ANZCA Bulletin.

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Providing a safe, healthy, inclusive college culture

Training and practising as a specialist doctor can be tough. We’ve developed a range of resources and services to support you throughout your career, and made inclusion and diversity and doctors' health and wellbeing core components of our training curriculums, CPD, events, go...

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Seeking new FPM rep for ICT Governance Committee

We’re seeking expressions of interest from FPM fellows to replace the current faculty representative on the ANZCA Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Governance Committee.

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Changes to council

At our most recent ANZCA Council meeting and annual general meeting on 8 May a number of important college roles changed.

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Constitutional changes – e-vote results

The outcome of the e-vote held 19 October and closed 19 November was 81 per cent (869 votes) in favour and 19 per cent (206 votes) opposed.

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