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ROSI FAQs

Have a question about the ROSI? Access our library of frequently asked questions.

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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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Introduction to anaesthesia training

We strongly encourage all new trainees to attend this free, one-day orientation training. It covers everything you need to know about training to be a specialist anaesthetist, and it's a great opportunity to meet other registrars in your local training cohort.

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Anaesthetic incident reporting

We oversee a range of incident reporting activities in Australia and New Zealand, including mortality reporting and webAIRS, to ensure that we continue to be two of the safest countries in the world to undergo anaesthesia.

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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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International Academy of Colleges of Anaesthesiologists

ANZCA is a founding member of IACA; a collaboration between ANZCA, the Royal College of Anaesthetists, the College of Anaesthesiologists Ireland, the Hong Kong College of Anaesthesiologists and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

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Reconciliation Action Plan

ANZCA's Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is an important step in our reconciliation with Australia’s First Nations peoples.

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Critical Incident Debriefing

Our Critical Incident Debriefing Toolkit provides a comprehensive, evidence-based resource on what are critical incidents, how to provide support and a hot debrief following a critical incident. It can be read in sections or as a whole.

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FPM mentoring program

Our mentoring program aims to support pain medicine trainees and fellows during their training and/or early post-fellowship years. Here's everything you need to know about finding and becoming a mentor.

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Airway Management SIG

The main objective of the Airway Management SIG is the promotion of science, education, exchange and distribution of ideas between anaesthetists with a particular interest and involvement in airway management.

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