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Our directors of professional affairs

Our DPAs are all medically qualified and are fellows of the college/faculty. They are part-time, and most have other work as specialist anaesthetists or specialist pain medicine physicians. They work with many business units in ANZCA and provide advice that is best given by so...

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Practice assessment pathway

FPM fellows who practise pain medicine procedures can apply to have their practice endorsed without having to complete the supervised clinical experience program.

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Conditions of entry for FPM exams

Important information for all candidates participating in FPM exams, including our conditions of application and entry.

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FPM Professional Affairs Executive Committee

The Professional Affairs Executive Committee (PAEC) oversees professional standards, scientific meetings and research activities.

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Compliments, feedback and suggestions

Let us know how we're doing

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Multi-source feedback (procedures in pain medicine) - summary form

Multi-source feedback (procedures in pain medicine) - summary form

Other ANZCA initiatives

Managed by the ANZCA Global Development Committee, we have a number of other initiatives to help support and build the anaesthesia and pain medicine workforce in western Pacific countries

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BJA personal subscriptions

As a member, you can subscribe to the high-impact British Journal of Anaesthesia (BJA) at a heavily discounted personal subscription rate.

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Growing and supporting the Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Māori workforce

The Indigenous health workforce in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand is integral to ensuring that the system has the capacity to address the needs of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Māori peoples.

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