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Our people and structure

Everything you need to know about our governance and organisational structure, including short biographies of current ANZCA councillors, FPM board members, the ANZCA chief executive officer, and senior management.

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ANZCA Foundation

The foundation dedicates around $1.5 million to medical research each year; supports our Indigenous health and overseas aid activities; and raises the profile of college-supported research.

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Research grants

Many of the recent advances in anaesthesia, pain medicine and perioperative patient care have involved pioneering ANZCA-funded research conducted by our fellows. Take a look at what we've achieved; what we fund; and how to apply.

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ANZCA Clinical Trials Network

We are the leading clinical trials network in anaesthesia, pain and perioperative medicine. We have a clear focus to translate our research findings into practice to improve patient safety and care in our communities and globally.

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AMC and MCNZ accreditation

ANZCA and FPM are accredited by the Australian Medical Council (AMC) and Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ) to deliver our training programs, SIMG assessment process and continuing professional development program.

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About pain medicine

One in five people in Australia and New Zealand will experience chronic – or persistent – pain at some stage in their lives.

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Information for new fellows

Whether you're starting out as a specialist, or being admitted to fellowship for a second time, here's everything you need to know, from presenting at the college ceremony to building your professional networks.

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ANZCA and FPM CPD Program

Participating in a continuing professional development (CPD) program is compulsory for specialist registration in Australia and New Zealand. Access to our world-leading CPD program is free for ANZCA and FPM fellows.

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Pain medicine training program

The pain medicine training program comprises a minimum of two years clinical experience directly related to pain medicine, which allows specialists and those completing a speciality training program to become a specialist pain medicine physician.

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Procedures Endorsement Program

The Faculty of Pain Medicine has defined processes to endorse fellows who practise procedures.

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