This guide has been designed for medical personnel and educators interested in Medical Education to locate relevant resources on this topic, including those available through the ANZCA library.
Ewen AM, Higgins MCSS, Palma S, Whitley K, Schneider JI. Residency and fellowship program administrator burnout: measuring its magnitude. Journal of Graduate Medical Education. 2019;11(4):402-409.
Pearce G, Sidhu N, Cavadino A, Shrivathsa A, Seglenieks R. Gender effects in anaesthesia training in Australia and New Zealand. British Journal of Anaesthesia. 2020;(202001).
Khatri UG, Love J, Zeidan A, Hsu CH, Mills AM. #shemergency: use of a professional development group to promote female resident recruitment and retention. Academic Medicine : Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges. 2020;95(2):216-220.
Kearsley R, MacNamara C. Social media and online communities of practice in anaesthesia education. Anaesthesia. 2019;74(9):1202-1203.
Castanelli DJ, Weller JM, Chander AR, Molloy EK, Bearman ML. A balancing act: The Supervisor of Training role in anaesthesia education. Anaesth Intensive Care. 2019 Jul 11:310057X19853593. doi: 10.1177/0310057X19853593.
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 twelve 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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