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Is a career in pain medicine right for me?

Pain medicine is a dynamic and rewarding career choice for specialists looking for a new challenge. Find out what it involves; where it can take you; and how to get started.

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History of the college

The college was founded in February 1992 after operating as a Faculty of Anaesthetists within the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.

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COVID-19 - potential impacts to pain medicine training

Information regarding the impacts to pain medicine training during the COVID-19 pandemic

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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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Perioperative care approach fact sheet (English)

If you’re very old or very sick, a bit of extra care before and after your operation ensures you’re ready for surgery in the first place and have the best chance of a good recovery once the operation is over. We call this the perioperative care approach.

Clinical immersion sites 

An engaging clinical experience is essential in shaping competent perioperative medicine practitioners. The clinical immersion sites have been selected for their dedication to perioperative medicine excellence, patient care, and advanced medical techniques. These hospitals ser...

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ANZCA Recognition

Awarded in recognition of significant contributions at a regional level to anaesthesia, perioperative medicine and/or pain medicine.

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Perioperative care team fact sheet (English)

Your perioperative care team will coordinate your care before, during, and after surgery to help you get what you want out of your operation.

Environment and sustainability research grant

We're helping to support research exploring environmental impact of anaesthesia and related products and activities

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College archives

Our archives document the history and administration of the college, and its predecessor, as well as records of the Faculty of Pain Medicine. The archives are a rich source of primary material about the history of the organisation, and many individuals within it.

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