This guide has been designed for participants of the ANZCA and FPM Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program and any medical professionals interested in resources for keeping up-to-date with current research in the area of anaesthesia, including those resources available through the ANZCA library.
The ANZCA & FPM Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program operates on a three-year cycle, with triennial and annual minimum requirements. Support resources for CPD activities are divided as follows:
We've approved a new wellbeing CPD education sessions activity for the knowledge and skills category of the ANZCA and FPM CPD program. This activity is supported by a new CPD Handbook - Appendix 24 Guidelines for wellbeing CPD education sessions.
The ANZCA Wellbeing library guide has been designed for those interested in locating resources relevant to the general wellbeing of medical practitioners.
Want to learn more about the ANZCA & FPM CPD program? Try the ANZCA & FPM CPD Program webpage
Looking for a complete list of CPD activities and where to complete them? Try the CPD program requirements page.
Trying to keep up-to-date? Try our Keeping Current guide.
Want to test your knowledge? Check out our Self-assessment Tools guide.
Dr David Elliott, chair of Anaesthesia Continuing Education (ACE), has released an important message in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak regarding upcoming CME and SIG events. View Dr Elliott's message here.
We rely on your feedback to further develop and support the ANZCA library. Use the link below to provide content suggestions, as well as to make recommendations, report issues, and to give general feedback.
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