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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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Communication in Anaesthesia SIG

​The Communication in Anaesthesia SIG plans to develop workshops and resources and provide guidance to help improve anaesthetists’ skills in all communication related aspects of their work.

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Trauma SIG

The Trauma SIG exists to co-ordinate resources, provide education and deliver updates to anaesthetists who care for trauma patients as part of their regular clinical work, those who are occasionally required to deal with severe trauma, and those who have a developing interest ...

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SA/NT Regional Education Subcommittee

SA/NT Regional Education Subcommittee discuss trainee matters.

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Professional Practice Research Network Executive

This subcommittee of the ANZCA Research Committee oversees and supports the PPRN, its purpose and objectives

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ANZCA Diploma of Perioperative Medicine (DipPOM)

One of the key ways we're helping to provide patients in Australia and New Zealand with perioperative care is by creating a new qualification – the Diploma of Perioperative Medicine - that will enable specialist doctors such as anaesthetists, surgeons, physicians, intensivists...

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Primary exam preparation courses (formerly Part 1)

We offer a range of activities around Australia and New Zealand specially designed to help trainees prepare for the written and oral components of the ANZCA primary exams. Find out what's available in your area.

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IACA webinars and resources

Find information and recordings of webinars hosted by the IACA partner colleges.

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Other supports for perioperative medicine

From literature reviews to advocacy, find out what we're doing to makes the case for reform and resource allocation by governments, funders, and administrators.

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SIMG assessment process

Our SIMG assessment process evaluates the ability of a specialist to practise as an unsupervised specialist anaesthetist and/or pain medicine specialist at a standard comparable to that required of a fellow of ANZCA (FANZCA) or fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine (FFPMANZCA).

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