This page contains resources related to supporting Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activities.
The Library, in conjunction with CPD hosted a webinar originally planned for the 2020 ASM: Staying Current: ANZCA Library resources for CPD.
This webinar looks at everything you’d like to know about CPD and the wide range of library resources available to fellows via the ANZCA Library. Special attention will also be given to online resources in consideration of COVID-19.
A recording of the webinar held on the Thursday 25 June 2020, is now available via Networks. The recording runs for 67 minutes and credit can be claimed for CPD purposes.
More information available here [college website]
The Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Essentials free online course provides medical professionals the opportunity to identify knowledge deficits and learn how to provide culturally appropriate care to their transgender and gender nonconforming (TGNC) patients in their practice.
This foundational module covers essential terminology, myths and misconceptions about TGNC people, gender neutral language, and best practices for medical sites to create an affirming environment of care for TGNC patients. In addition, it provides opportunities for practical skill development, including practicing using gender appropriate pronouns, reflecting on cultural assumptions, and planning strategies to incorporate into work processes and procedures.
This online course covers USA specific information.
This online course provides essential module to prepare birthworkers of all types to offer meaningful, effective support to your trans, non-binary, and gender nonconforming patients.
This eLearning teaching and training resource provides practical and theoretical information on performing and managing spinal anaesthesia for anaesthesia providers. It is intended to be a supplement to face to face teaching and must not be considered a substitute for high quality clinical instruction. The course is best viewed on a laptop or desktop computer rather than a phone and will take approximately 3-4 hours to complete.
ldquo;Spinal Anaesthesia” – an eLearning course for anaesthesia providers
Note: Click on the link above to access the online course. You will need to click at the bottom “Sign up for free”.
Many women with endometriosis require the attention of multidisciplinary teams, and especially for those with chronic pelvic pain, the expertise of a Pain Specialist.
The RANZCOG Endometriosis eLearning Module provides comprehensive coverage of endometriosis symptoms, management, and the whole-person patient care pathway. With an estimated 700,000 or more Australians with endometriosis, and delay from onset to diagnosis of 7 to 12 years, this free resource aims to improve time to diagnosis and effective management for better patient outcomes for all Pain Specialists with an interest in women’s health.
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.
COVID-19 Lung Ultrasound Training
This online module, developed by the University of Melbourne, is available as a paid course:
Keep up-to-date on the latest anaesthesia and pain medicine research and practice, in your car, office, home, gym or while travelling.
See our dedicated Audio-Digest guide for further information including full access details.
AnaesthesiaUK is an educational site with training resources for anaesthetic professionals.
An online educational resource from the World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists (WFSA) which aims to support anaesthesia training throughout the world, particularly in areas where access to journals and learning materials is limited.
As a result of his personal experience, Martin Bromiley founded the Clinical Human Factors Group in 2007. This group brings together experts, clinicians and enthusiasts who have an interest in placing the understanding of human factors at the heart of improving patient safety.
ANZCA acknowledges the traditional custodians of Country throughout Australia and recognises their unique cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, waters and seas and their rich contribution to society. We pay our respects to ancestors and Elders, past, present, and emerging.
ANZCA acknowledges and respects Māori as the Tangata Whenua of Aotearoa and is committed to upholding the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi, fostering the college’s relationship with Māori, supporting Māori fellows and trainees, and striving to improve the health of Māori.