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National Strategy for Health Practitioner Pain Management Education

The faculty is proud to announce the launch of the National Strategy for Health Practitioner Pain Management Education

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Patient resources

We've collated a range of resources for pain patients and their families.

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FPM Learning and Development Committee

Reporting to the Training and Assessment Executive Committee, the Learning and Development Committee is responsible for the ongoing support and evaluation of the training program and other educational initiatives.

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FPM committees

FPM committees support the board in achieving its objectives in the training, examination and continuing education of specialist pain medicine physicians and in setting the standards of clinical practice for pain medicine in Australia and New Zealand.

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Our purpose, vision, and strategic plan

Our purpose and vision for the college inform our strategic plan, which guides our college-wide business activity.

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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 and Professional Standards Committee to which they report.

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Additional links and resources

Access a list of relevant and useful documents and websites to support development of opioid stewardship programs.

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FPM trainee toolkit

We've developed a range of courses and resources to support your pain medicine training.

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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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Pain relief and having a baby

You might not need the care of an anaesthetist when you’re carrying and delivering your baby, but it’s good to know what your options are.

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