This guide displays podcasts related to anaesthesia, pain medicine and other areas that might be useful to medical professionals.
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The first six audio recorded chapters of the Blue Book are available to listen to now on our SoundCloud.
Six chapters from the 2021 edition of Australasian Anaesthesia (known as the Blue Book) have been recorded. You can stream these on the ANZCA SoundCloud page or listen via Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts.
The following chapters are available:
Additional chapters will be recorded and added over the coming weeks. Thank you to Dr Peter Cook for voicing the audio recordings.
The EJA Podcast collection is an in-depth view into the EJA's articles and features conversations with authors, healthcare workers and medical thought leaders on topics relevant to anaesthesia, intensive care, perioperative care, pain management and more.
Illuminating and engaging discussions on key principles of internal medicine, around board-style case vignettes from the acclaimed Harrison’s Self Assessment and Board Review.
Below are selected podcast episodes of interest.
Keep up-to-date on the latest anaesthesia and pain medicine research and practice, in your car, office, home, gym or while travelling.
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