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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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Request an article

ANZCA fellows, trainees and staff can use this service to request material not available full-text, free-of-charge. This includes copies of articles, chapters from books or conference papers required for your research, patient care and learning.

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ER facilitators can claim the ER CPD activity

Course providers/facilitators for an emergency response (ER) course/workshop with recognition of suitability for CPD program can claim the ER activity.

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Voluntary assisted dying training for medical practitioners

Online or face to face training in voluntary assisted dying is available for interested medical practitioners in South Australia.

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Teach, inspire, lead as an EMST instructor

Are you a trained Early Management of Severe Trauma (EMST) instructor? If so, our colleagues at RACS would love to hear from you!

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SIMG stories: The path to Perth

Read an interview with specialist international medical graduate Dr Kiran Venkatesulu from Royal Perth Hospital.

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Monthly media digest: April/May 2024

A digest of college news coverage for April/May 2024

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SIMG stories: All the way to Albany

Dr Shireen Edmends is an anaesthetist living in Albany, Western Australia.

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ANZCA Foundation update - November 2023

In this update: Our inspiring donors, 163 ANZCA and FPM researchers supported, Foundation grants help ANZCA CTN leverage over $68 million, record number of health equity grant applications, face-to-face events return, Foundation represented at ASMR

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It's a wrap on the 2024 ASM

Enjoy some highlights from the ANZCA Annual Scientific Meeting in Brisbane.

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