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Environmental Sustainability Network

The purpose of the ESN is “to advocate, collaborate and promote initiatives and projects related to environmental sustainability within anaesthesia, perioperative and pain medicine”.

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ANZCA Executive Committee

The ANZCA Executive Committee reviews and consolidates documentation and financial matters; makes recommendations to the ANZCA Council, and acts on behalf of the council where appropriate.

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Our Perioperative Care Framework

Our Perioperative Care Framework maps the patient’s journey from the time surgery is contemplated through to an optimal outcome.

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FPM Queensland Regional Committee

The FPM QRC is an elected body that acts as a conduit between fellows and trainees in the Queensland region, and the FPM Board to which they report.

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FPM Western Australia Regional Committee

The FPM WA Regional Committee is an elected body that acts as a conduit between fellows and trainees in the WA region, and the FPM Board to which they report.

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Health Equity Projects Fund

A funding stream that supports the college’s work to improve the health and wellbeing of our community

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2025 ANZCA ASM Regional Organising Committee

The 2025 Regional Organising Committee (ROC) is primarily responsible for the formation of the scientific program and meeting theme.

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ANZCA Council

The ANZCA Council governs the college with the support of the FPM Board and various committees. Its roles include reviewing and approving the annual strategic plan and budget, and developing and monitoring key performance indicators and other benchmarks.

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Working and teaching overseas

There are some incredible opportunities to work and teach overseas as an anaesthetist or pain specialist, and make a real difference to global health. If you're interested in joining the ever-growing number of fellows developing and contributing to anaesthesia and pain medicin...

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What is pain and how do we manage it?

There are three commonly recognised types of pain.

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