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Airway leads networks

The Airway Management Special Interest Group (SIG) is developing a network of airway leads throughout the Australian healthcare sector. Members will work collaboratively to improve airway management in anaesthesia. A similar network already exists in New Zealand.

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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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Support our work

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

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Pain management health practitioner education strategy project

Information and updates about the faculty's project to develop a pain management education strategy for Australian health practitioners.

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Is a career in pain medicine right for me?

Pain medicine is a dynamic and rewarding career choice for specialists looking for a new challenge. Find out what it involves; where it can take you; and how to get started.

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Professional documents

Our professional documents, statements and guidelines are crucial for promoting the safety and quality of patient care for those undergoing anaesthesia for surgical and other procedures and for those receiving pain medicine treatment.

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Essential Pain Management program

Unrelieved pain is a major global healthcare problem and its importance is often unrecognised. Adequate pain management results in fewer medical complications, earlier hospital discharge and improved quality of life.

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Working with the media

ANZCA has an experienced communications team that proactively engages with the media to highlight the important work of our anaesthetists and pain specialists. This includes sharing our latest evidence-based research and patient safety initiatives. We also actively encourage m...

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Shortage of DBL GENTAMICIN 10mg/1mL (as sulfate) injection BP ampoule and alternative supply arrange

LINK Healthcare has advised that, due to a shortage of Australian registered DBL GENTAMICIN 10mg/1mL (as sulfate) injection BP ampoule (AUST R 16339), LINK has arranged the supply of an alternative product REFOBACIN (gentamicin) 10mg (10 mg/2mL) ampoules, registered and market...

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