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Admission to faculty fellowship

Here's everything you need to know about applying to become an FFPMANZCA and registering as a specialist pain medicine physician.

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COVID-19 - overarching educational principles

We have developed a number of overarching educational principles that have guided our decision-making in relation to education and training during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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COVID-19 - potential impacts to pain medicine training

Information regarding the impacts to pain medicine training during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Scholar Role Sub-committee

The Scholar Role Sub-committee reports to the Education Executive Management Committee (EEMC) and hence the ANZCA council aspects of the Scholar Role in the ANZCA Training Program

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2023 ANZCA ASM Regional Organising Committee

The Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists and Faculty of Pain Medicine is conducted each year, usually in early May for a duration of four to five days with an expected attendance of 1700 to 2100 delegates. The ASM is the pr...

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Admission to ANZCA fellowship

Once you've met your training requirements, you're eligible to apply for admission to fellowship. Here's everything you need to know about the process, as well as information on registering as a specialist.

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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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Roles in practice

These describe the roles of a specialist anaesthetist and specialist pain medicine physician and how they apply to contemporary practice – includes scholar role and communicator role.

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Anaesthesia trainee toolkit

Access all the resources, documents, and forms you need to meet your training requirements at the click of a button.

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Te Whare Tohu o Te Hau Whakaora

Find out why the college has a te reo Māori name; what it means; how it was developed; and how to pronounce it.

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