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ANZCA New Zealand National Trainee Committee

The New Zealand Trainee Committee (NZTC) advises the NZNC and the ANZCA Council, via the ANZCA Trainee Committee, about training matters in New Zealand that may concern the College.

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ANZCA Queensland Trainee Committee

The Queensland Trainee Committee is an elected body that acts as a conduit between fellows and trainees in the Queensland region and the ANZCA Council to which they report.

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ANZCA Victoria Trainee Committee

The Victorian Trainee Committee attends to trainee matters.

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ANZCA WA Trainee Committee

The Western Australian Regional Committee is an elected body that act as a conduit between fellows and trainees in the Western Australian region and the ANZCA Council to which they report.

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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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What do specialist pain medicine physicians do?

As pain medicine is a multi-disciplinary specialty, specialist pain medicine physicians come from a variety of backgrounds.

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Opioids and chronic pain

Opioids are a class of medicines taken to help reduce pain. They work on the central nervous system to slow down nerve signals between the brain and the body.

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Courses and resources

Access our calendar of clinical teaching courses; Networks; and the Training Resource Hub

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Faculty of Pain Medicine Board

The FPM Board oversees the activities of the faculty in accordance with the FPM by-laws and the ANZCA strategic plan.

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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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