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Podcasts: Overview

This guide displays podcasts related to anaesthesia, pain medicine and other areas that might be useful to medical professionals.

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  • Anaesthesia-related podcasts
  • Paediatric pain podcasts
  • Spotlighted podcasts
  • AudioDigest
  • ANZCA Network podcasts
  • Journal podcasts
  • General medical podcasts

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Anaesthesia-related podcasts

Spotlighted podcasts

Recommended podcasts are listed below.

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Additional chapters will be recorded and added over the coming weeks. Thank you to Dr Peter Cook for voicing the audio recordings.

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Spotlighted podcast episodes

Podcast episodes of interest are listed below.


Recommended podcasts are listed below. Additional information about podcasts can be found on the Podcasts library guide.

Spotlight: Featured podcasts

After some fresh podcast episodes on Anaesthesia topics? Check these out.

Journal podcasts

General medical podcasts

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