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Wellbeing Special Interest Group (SIG)

The aim of the Wellbeing SIG is to promote the personal and psychological wellbeing and to heighten awareness of wellbeing issues in anaesthetists and pain medicine specialists.

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Now's the perfect time to start exploring some sub-specialties. Through our involvement in Anaesthesia Continuing Education (ACE), ANZCA and FPM fellows have access to 17 special interest groups (SIGs) that allow practitioners to study, report and develop educational events in...

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2022 Combined SIG Meeting

9 Sep 2022 - 11 Sep 2022 | Cairns

Save the date! "Show up, be seen - Courageous conversations in Cairns"

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2020 Neuroanaesthesia SIG webinar

15 Sep 2020 | Webinar

The theme of our first webinar is “Conversations in Neuroanaesthesia”

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2022 Neuroanaesthesia SIG meeting

20 Oct 2022 | Te Papa, Wellington, NZ

Please join us for the 2022 Neuroanaesthesia SIG meeting to be held on Thursday October 20 at Te Papa, Wellington, New Zealand.

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2022 Rural SIG meeting

24 Jun 2022 - 25 Jun 2022 | DoubleTree by Hilton Esplanade, Darwin, NT

It is with great pleasure that the Rural SIG invite you to join us at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Darwin, NT on June 24-25, 2022 for our annual Meeting.      

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2022 Obstetric Anaesthesia SIG webinar

2 Apr 2022 - 30 Apr 2022 | Webinar

In case you missed it.... “A trio of challenging cases in Obstetric Anaesthesia” webinar registrations will remain open for the next 4 weeks.

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2020 Perioperative Medicine SIG virtual meeting

10 Oct 2020 | Virtual meeting

The theme of our first virtual meeting is “All About The Team”

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Wellbeing SIG

The aim of the Wellbeing SIG is to promote the personal and psychological wellbeing and to heighten awareness of wellbeing issues in anaesthetists and pain medicine specialists. The group is an informative, educative and referral group; it has no therapeutic role.

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Neuroanaesthesia SIG

The Neuroanaesthesia SIG exists to foster interest in matters relating to the perioperative care and anaesthesia of patients with intracranial and spinal pathology. This includes the application of basic and translational science relevant to clinical anaesthesia.

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