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Anaesthesia exams

In order to qualify as a specialist anaesthetist and become eligible for ANZCA fellowship, trainees need to successfully complete two exams. Each exam consists of a written and viva (oral and medical clinical) components. Some specialist international medical graduates will ne...

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Evolving the ANZCA Training Program

EMAC course

Effective Management of Anaesthetic Crises (EMAC) is a simulation-based course focused on managing anaesthetic emergencies. It consists of five modules, run over two and a half days, and is a compulsory requirement of the anaesthesia training program.

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Gender equity

Gender equity has ethical, social, and economic benefits to our fellows, trainees, specialist international medical graduates (SIMGs), and the broader community. Find out what we're doing...

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Pain medicine training sites

Find FPM-accredited training sites, as well as information on supervisors of training, unit directors, and how to get your unit accredited.

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Project Grant guide

Progressing to provisional fellowship

In order to progress to provisional fellowship training, you will need to complete the requirements of advanced training and secure a suitable provisional fellowship position.

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Lifebox ANZ trainee representative EOI form

Use this form to submit your expression of interest.

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Mapping the CPD program to ANZCA & FPM roles in practice

Mapping the CPD program to ANZCA & FPM roles in practice

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