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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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Global health

We're committed to improving education and training capacity in anaesthesia and pain medicine in response to the needs expressed by low and middle income countries (LMIC).

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Lifelong learning project

We're reshaping the way our educational offerings are delivered to support lifelong learning.

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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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Specialist international medical graduates

If you trained as an anaesthetist or specialist pain medicine physician overseas, we offer a number of pathways for you to practice in Australia or New Zealand as a specialist international medical graduate (SIMG).

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ANZCA Professional Practice Research Network (PPRN)

The purpose of the Professional Practice Research Network (PPRN) is to promote research in professional practice.

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Advertised training positions

Looking for a training position? We advertise anaesthesia and pain medicine roles at all levels and across Australia and New Zealand.

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COVID-19 - Information for trainees

We encourage all FPM trainees to refer to this list of potential impacts to education and training as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, updated on 30 March 2022.

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Our approach to research

Learn more about our research, strategy and objectives.

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