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Essential Pain Management (EPM) Online launched

EPM Online has been launched and is now live and free for anyone across the globe.

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Implementing a mass changeover of neural connectors

The change to the ISO 80369-6 small-bore medical device (neural) connector standard is now a high priority for all hospitals as suppliers begin to stop production of Leur connectors worldwide.

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Opportunity to contribute to global anaesthesia Safety Project

Lifebox ANZ is seeking expressions of interest from Australian trainees to fill a trainee representative committee position.

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Cosmetic surgery review welcomed

Read our letter to MBA Chair Dr Anne Tonkin, asking for the review to incorporate anaesthesia and sedation, and for the college to participate in the review.

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Opportunities for Indigenous trainees and fellows  

In an effort to ensure Indigenous voices are valued and heard, the Indigenous Health Committee encourages projects and committees both within and external to the college to consider the importance of Indigenous representation.

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Volunteer opportunity in Solomon Islands

The Australian Volunteers Program is seeking a volunteer Anaesthetics Intern Supervisor for a 4-6 month role at the National Referral Hospital in Honiara, Solomon Islands.

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Join the ANZCA Clinical Trials Network Executive

We’re seeking expressions of interest for upcoming vacancies on the ANZCA Clinical Trials Network (CTN) Executive.

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ANZCA Council elections

We received six nominations for five council positions and two nominations for the New Fellow Councillor position.

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The Clinical Trials Network executive welcomes four new members

Associate Professor Lis Evered, Dr Doug Campbell, Dr Jennifer Reilly and Associate Professor Stefan Dieleman have been appointed as members of the CTN Executive.

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Constitutional changes – e-vote results

The outcome of the e-vote held 19 October and closed 19 November was 81 per cent (869 votes) in favour and 19 per cent (206 votes) opposed.

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