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Pain medicine training resources: Overview

This guide has been designed for practitioners undertaking pain medicine training program, to assist in locating relevant resources on pain medicine, including those available through the ANZCA library. The FPM Essentials section focuses on the recommended readings for the Essential Topic Areas (ETAs).

What to expect from the guide

The guide is currently structured into four sections.

The first section contains some useful information for those just starting their course

The second section is composed of three main categories (or tabs) covering the course curriculum:

The third section is comprised of assessment-related resources:

The fourth section is comprised of seven additional categories (or tabs):

  • Courses - recommended online and in-person support courses
  • Books & journals - highlighted texts with a particular focus on training and/or exams
  • Podcasts & online lectures - teaching podcasts & videos
  • Apps - useful apps
  • Social networking & support - access the WhatsApp trainee group, as well as wellbeing and other support resources
  • Post-training resources - information on completing your course, CPD resources, registration and medical indemnity insurance
  • Cultural safety - support resources

Note: Resources located in Learn@ANZCA will require that you your first register before accessing.

FPM training My ePortfolio

The My ePortfolio system allows users to access WBA's, Annual Reviews, PDP and Multi Source Feedback.

Learn@ANZCA FPM trainee resources

Learn@ANZCA (formerly Networks) is the college's learning management system.

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