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FPM committees

FPM committees support the board in achieving its objectives in the training, examination and continuing education of specialist pain medicine physicians and in setting the standards of clinical practice for pain medicine in Australia and New Zealand.

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Practice assessment pathway

FPM fellows who practise pain medicine procedures can apply to have their practice endorsed without having to complete the supervised clinical experience program.

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FPM Examination Committee

Reporting to the Training and Assessment Executive Committee, the Examination Committee oversees the governance and implementation of FPM exams.  

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FPM Western Australia Regional Committee

The FPM WA Regional Committee is an elected body that acts as a conduit between fellows and trainees in the WA region, and the FPM Board and Professional Standards Committee to which they report.

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Our mission, vision, and strategic plan

Our mission and vision for the college inform our five-year strategic plan, which guides our college-wide business activity.

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History of the college

The college was founded in February 1992 after operating as a Faculty of Anaesthetists within the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.

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Pain relief and having a baby

You might not need the care of an anaesthetist when you’re carrying and delivering your baby, but it’s good to know what your options are.

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History and Heritage Expert Reference Panel

The History and Heritage Reference Panel reports to the CEO and sits within the ANZCA committee framework and structure. It works on matters relating to the history and heritage of the college, and the specialties of anaesthesia and pain medicine.

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Acute Pain SIG

The Acute Pain SIG is one of 17 SIGs jointly managed by ANZCA, the Australian Society of Anaesthetists (ASA), and the New Zealand Society of Anaesthetists (NZSA) through the Anaesthesia Continuing Education (ACE) partnership.

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FPM centralised trainee tutorials

The centralised trainee tutorial program is an exciting initiative introduced in 2021 to provide all pain medicine trainees with access to a formalised teaching program and regular opportunities to engage with other trainees.

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