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Anaesthesia exams

In order to qualify as a specialist anaesthetist and become eligible for ANZCA fellowship, trainees need to successfully complete two exams. Each exam consists of a written and viva (oral and medical clinical) components. Some specialist international medical graduates will ne...

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Our strategic relations

We play an active role in in the global health community. Discover some of the ways we're working together to improve health outcomes for all patients.

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Rural generalist anaesthesia exams

Rural Generalist Anaethesia trainees must successfully complete the multiple choice question examination (MCQs) and the RGA Standardised Structured Scenario-based Assessment (RGA-SSSA) during training.

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Progressing to provisional fellowship

In order to progress to provisional fellowship training, you will need to complete the requirements of advanced training and secure a suitable provisional fellowship position.

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PS62(G)BP Position statement on cultural competence and cultural safety Background Paper 2023 PILOT

PS62(G)BP Position statement on cultural competence and cultural safety Background Paper (PILOT)

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PS54(A)BP Position statement on minimum safety requirements for anaes. machines and workstations BP

PS54(A)BP Position statement on the minimum safety requirements for anaesthesia machines and workstations for clinical practice Background Paper

PS54(A) Position statement on minimum safety requirements for anaesthesia machines and workstations

PS54(A) Position statement on the minimum safety requirements for anaesthesia machines and workstations for clinical practice

PS62(G) Position statement on cultural competence and cultural safety 2023 (PILOT)

PS62(G) Position statement on cultural competence and cultural safety 2023 (PILOT)

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