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Frequently asked questions about the DRGA

Frequently asked questions about the Diploma of Rural Generalist Anaesthesia

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Other ANZCA initiatives

Managed by the ANZCA Global Development Committee, we have a number of other initiatives to help support and build the anaesthesia and pain medicine workforce in western Pacific countries

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Environment and sustainability research grant

We're helping to support research exploring environmental impact of anaesthesia and related products and activities

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Tripartite Committee of Rural Generalist Anaesthesia

The TCRGA is a collaboration between ANZCA, the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine and the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. It oversees development of the diploma.

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Taking a career break and returning to anaesthesia practice

If you're planning to return to anaesthesia practice after a career break of 12 months or more, we strongly advise you to submit a “return to practice plan”. Find out what this involves and access the required documentation.

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About the ANZCA Clinical Trials Network

Our clinical trials seek definitive answers to inform best practice and improve patient care and safety. Explore who we are; how we work; what we do; and why we do it.

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Our mission, vision, and strategic plan

Our mission and vision for the college inform our five-year strategic plan, which guides our college-wide business activity.

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Australian and New Zealand Tripartite Anaesthetic Data Committee

The Australian and New Zealand Tripartite Anaesthetic Data Committee (ANZTADC) was established in 2006 by ANZCA, the ASA and the NZSA to develop, coordinate and oversee a project to capture, analyse and disseminate anaesthesia incident data.

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Anaesthesia for cardiac surgery

Most adult heart surgery in Australia and New Zealand is performed for coronary artery disease and heart valve disease.

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Grandparenting for award of the DipRGA

The grandparenting process is aimed at the current practicing rural GP anaesthesia workforce. Its purpose is to allow this workforce to easily transition to the DRGA.

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