This hub has been designed for participants of the ANZCA and FPM Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program and any medical professionals interested in resources for keeping up-to-date with current research in the area of anaesthesia and pain medicine, including those resources available through the ANZCA library.
Training & examination guides
Professional development guides
Safety & advocacy guides
Learning tools guides
We rely on your feedback to further develop and support these library guides. Use the link below to provide content suggestions, as well as to make recommendations, report issues, and to give general feedback.
The ANZCA and FPM Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Committee and team have prepared a guide to mapping your educational practice to your CPD portfolio, during this period.
Information relating to COVID-19 and the ANZCA and FPM CPD program:
A specially-designed list CPD activities that can be completed online, remotely or in consideration of COVID-19:
FAQs and resources that will be updated as further information becomes available:
The ANZCA Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Program operates on a three-year cycle, with triennial and annual minimum requirements. Support resources for CPD activities are divided as follows:
Resources that medical professionals can use to keep up-to-date with current articles, research, trends and networking opportunities related to anaesthesia and pain medicine, as well as information on the apps/tools available to help.
ANZCA Library subscribes to 900+ full-text journals, with access to an additional 6000+ open-access e-journals.
You can access the journals in one of several ways:
Want to learn more about the ANZCA & FPM CPD program? Try the ANZCA & FPM CPD Program webpage
ANZCA Learning webpage: The College's educational resources include the ANZCA Educators Program and eLearning resources, such as podcasts and exam support resources.
The ANZCA Maintenance of professional standards webpage outlines some resources and advice to help anaesthetists maintain professional knowledge and standards.
A large number of e-books, databases and collections contain tools which can be used for self-assessment purposes.
The ANZCA Roles in Practice are taught throughout our training programs so that trainees develop medical expertise and gain competency in all the attributes required of a specialist anaesthetist or specialist pain medicine physician.
There are a range of resources available to our fellows, trainees, specialist international medical graduates and immediate family members.
A number of guides have been created to support these activities:
In addition, the college website has a section devoted to wellbeing: