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Safety and quality update: September 2021

New this month: Updated Delirium Clinical Care Standard, National Sepsis Awareness Campaign, and National Medicines Policy (NMP) Review

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Safety and quality update: July 2021

New this month: Voluntary Assisted Dying now accessible to eligible Western Australians, call for national approach to pandemic research, Safer Care Victoria Safety Fellows Program, WebAIRS update: Designing Safe and Efficient Systems

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About anaesthesia

Most of us will need the care of an anaesthetist at some stage in our lives. We've created this information to help you feel more relaxed about having surgery under anaesthesia.

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Safety and quality update: April 2022

New this month: Safety alerts; ACSQHC Fact sheet on identification of neural route medicines, fluids and lines; Colour-coding for escalating criticality; New Zealand Sepsis Stocktake; ‘Fast Feed and Wrap’ to avoid anaesthesia for babies; and more.

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Our culture

Find out why we're a recognised world leader in training, education, research, and setting clinical standards for our specialties; what we're doing to foster safe and high quality patient care.

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Perioperative medicine

We're developing a formal perioperative medicine diploma as part of a major ANZCA-led multi-disciplinary collaboration that aims to establish an effective, integrated and collaborative perioperative care model.

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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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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 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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