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Better Pain Management program

Better Pain Management is a professional, high quality online education program developed by the Faculty of Pain Medicine. 

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Apply for an ANZCA research grant

Every year, we make grant funding available to fellows and trainees who are novice, emerging or established researchers, for studies in anaesthesia, intensive care, pain or perioperative medicine.

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SIMG workplace-based assessments

You may be required to successfully complete an SIMG workplace-based assessment (WBA).

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CTN Endorsement scheme

The ANZCA Clinical Trials Network (CTN) endorses clinical trials in anaesthesia, perioperative and pain medicine. Find out what's involved and how to apply.

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Steuart Henderson Award

Awarded to a fellow who has demonstrated excellence and provided outstanding contribution, scholarship, and mentorship to medical education in the field of anaesthesia and/or pain medicine.

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History and Heritage Grant

This annual grant program provides up to $A5000 to fellows and trainees involved in the research and interpretation of the history of anaesthesia and pain medicine.

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Dr Ray Hader Award for Pastoral Care

Named after Dr Ray Hader, a Victorian ANZCA trainee who died of an accidental drug overdose in 1998 after a long struggle with addiction, this award promotes compassion and a focus on the welfare of anaesthetists, other colleagues, patients and the community.

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Our clinical trials

More than 130 hospitals around worldwide are participating in our trials, bringing together leaders in anaesthesia research. Find out what we're working on and how your site can get involved, and explore the outcomes of our published trials.

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FPM trainee learning portfolio

All FPM trainees should maintain an ongoing learning portfolio of assessments and training records to keep track of their progression through the FPM training program.

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Environmental sustainability

The healthcare sector is highly interconnected with activities that emit pollution to air, water and soils, resulting in a significant ecological footprint and contribution to anthropogenic climate change.

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