This guide contains information relating to the resources available via ANZCA Educators Program.
The program began in 2011 to equip clinicians involved in ANZCA and FPM training with the skills and knowledge to facilitate learning in their daily role. The program is overseen and governed by the ANZCA Educators Sub-Committee.
The ANZCA Educators Program is delivered by ANZCA’s Learning and Development Facilitator and by ANZCA Educators Program Facilitators, who are appointed Fellows.
PLEASE NOTE: Some content associated with this program is only available via the Networks portal to registered users. To register for this program and learn more, check out the AEP page on the ANZCA website.
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Recent articles of interest
Arkin N, Lai C, Kiwakyou LM, Lochbaum GM, Shafer A, Howard SK, Mariano ER, Fassiotto M. What's in a Word? Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Leadership Language in Anesthesiology Resident Feedback. J Grad Med Educ. 2019; Epub ahead of print.
Chung RJ. The Value of “Heartsink”. J Grad Med Educ. 2018; 10(6):624-625.
Feufel MA, Flach JM. Medical education should teach heuristics rather than train them away. Med Educ. 07 January 2019; Epub ahead of print.
Goldberg H, Hanlon C. When I say… the knowledge paradox: the more I know, the less I can clearly explain. Med Educ; 2019;53: 13-14.
Erlich RD. Triangle Method: Teaching the Student in Front of the Patient. Academic Medicine, vol. Publish Ahead of Print, December 31, 2018.
To view more selected articles related to Medical education, visit the Journals & articles tab on this guide.
ANZCA Educators Program
The ANZCA Educators Program is designed to equip clinicians involved in ANZCA and FPM training with the skills and knowledge to facilitate learning in their daily role.
FPM Better Pain Management program
The FPM Better Pain Management program consists of six online education modules that have been designed for specialist and general medical practitioners, medical students, nurses and allied health practitioners engaged in the care of patients with persistent pain.
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