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ANZCA ACT Regional Committee

The Australian Capital Territory Regional Committee is an elected body that acts as a conduit between fellows and trainees in the Australian Capital Territory region and the ANZCA Council to which they report.

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Anaesthesia for cardiac surgery

Most adult heart surgery in Australia and New Zealand is performed for coronary artery disease and heart valve disease.

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Michael J Cousins Lecture

In recognition of the significant contributions of Professor Michael J Cousins FANZCA, FFPMANZCA to the field of pain medicine and his initiative to establish the Faculty of Pain Medicine, the faculty plenary session at the college's annual scientific meeting was named the Mic...

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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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SIMG clinical practice assessment period

The clinical practice assessment (CPA) period is the period of supervised clinical practice an SIMG must complete during their individual program.

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Supervised clinical experience pathway

This pathway is open to FPM fellows and trainees in the PD stage who elect to expand their practice by gaining workplace-based experience in planning, performing and managing pain procedures while working under the supervision of an FPM-accredited procedural supervisor

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Voluntary assisted dying

Information about ANZCA's position on legalised voluntary assisted dying for terminally ill people in Australia and New Zealand.

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Novice investigator grants

We're helping to secure the future of research in anaesthesia, pain, and perioperative medicine by mentoring and supporting novice investigators on their journey to becoming established researchers.

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College publications

Our publications keep members up-to-date and lift the profile of anaesthesia and pain medicine with policy makers and in the wider community.

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SIMG assessment process

Our SIMG assessment process evaluates the ability of a specialist to practise as an unsupervised specialist anaesthetist and/or pain medicine specialist at a standard comparable to that required of a fellow of ANZCA (FANZCA) or fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine (FFPMANZCA).

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