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ANZCA Foundation

The foundation dedicates around $1.5 million to medical research each year; supports our Indigenous health and overseas aid activities; and raises the profile of college-supported research.

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NAD23 social media toolkit

From Instagram stickers to animated GIFs, here's everything you need to get involved in our National Anaesthesia Day social media campaign.

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Contributing to your specialty

Taking part in our educational, advocacy, research and leadership activities enables fellows to play an active role in shaping the future of our professions. Find out how you can get involved.

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Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander & Māori health

Find out what we're doing to address the inequities in health outcomes between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand

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Library orientation guide

The ANZCA Library offers a wide variety of resources. Below are some recommendations for users based on your member type, status and location.

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Join the conversation

A step-by-step guide to setting up and using X (formerly Twitter) as a delegate at the ANZCA Emerging Leaders Conference.

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Rural generalist anaesthesia (RGA) library guide

This guide contains resources tailored to support trainees participating in the RGA course. Includes clinical fundamentals, specialised study units, assessment, rural & remote practice, and other resources including apps, podcasts and videos.

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Our culture

Find out why we're a recognised world leader in training, education, research, and setting clinical standards for our specialties; what we're doing to foster safe and high quality patient care.

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Doctors' health and wellbeing

Healthy doctors ensure a sustainable workforce that provides best patient care. Find out what we're doing to support our doctors' health and wellbeing, and the services and resources available to our members.

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Pain medicine training program

The pain medicine training program comprises a minimum of two years clinical experience directly related to pain medicine, which allows specialists and those completing a speciality training program to become a specialist pain medicine physician.

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