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Trauma SIG

The Trauma SIG exists to co-ordinate resources, provide education and deliver updates to anaesthetists who care for trauma patients as part of their regular clinical work, those who are occasionally required to deal with severe trauma, and those who have a developing interest ...

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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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Our approach to research

Learn more about our research, strategy and objectives.

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2022 Tasmanian ACE Winter Meeting

20 Aug 2022 | Relbia, Tasmania

Join us for the 2022 Tasmanian ACE Winter Meeting at Josef Chromy Winery, Tasmania.

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SA ACE Conference

24 Sep 2022 | Sanctuary, Adelaide Zoo

Join us at the Sanctuary, Adelaide Zoo for the 2022 SA ACE Conference

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Safety and quality update: June 2022

New this month: bradycardia from oculocardiac reflex; new trauma model resource criteria; anticoagulation management error; reducing routine ICU coagulation tests; NZ advance care planning; safe healthcare for LGBTQIA+, asylum seeker and refugee communities; pain in newborns; ...

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Essential Pain Management (EPM) Online launched

EPM Online has been launched and is now live and free for anyone across the globe.

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Tasmanian Regional Committee newsletter

Tasmanian Regional Committee (TRC) Chair's update

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Apply to join a SIG

Joining a SIG is the perfect way to meet like-minded people; exchange ideas; and shape the future of your sub-speciality or area of interest.

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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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