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Special interest group hub: Overview

This hub brings together resources related to the ACE Special Interest Groups, including those resources available through the ANZCA library.

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Acute Pain

Resources and information related to Acute pain

Airway Management

Resources and information related to Airway management

Anaesthesia and Critical Care in Unusual and Transport Environments (ACCUTE)

Resources and information related to ACCUTE

Cardiac Thoracic Vascular and Perfusion (CTVP)

Resources and information related to Cardiac thoracic vascular and perfusion

Communication in Anaesthesia

Resources and information related to Communication in anaesthesia

Day Care Anaesthesia

Resources and information related to Day care anaesthesia

Diving & Hyperbaric Medicine

Resources and information related to Diving & hyperbaric medicine

  • DHM [library guide]
  • DHM [SIG webpage]

In addition, the college website has a section devoted to DHM training:

History of Anaesthesia

Resources and information related to History of anaesthesia

Leadership and Management

Resources and information related to Leadership and management

Medical Education

Resources and information related to Medical education

A number of resources exist to support the ANZCA Educators program:

Neuroanaesthesia

Resources and information related to Neuroanaesthesia

A number of resources exist to support Neuromodulation:

Obstetric Anaesthesia

Resources and information related to Obstetric anaesthesia

Perioperative Medicine

Resources and information related to Perioperative medicine

Regional Anaesthesia

Resources and information related to Regional anaesthesia

Rural

Resources and information related to Rural

Trauma

Resources and information related to Trauma

Wellbeing

Resources and information related to Wellbeing

In addition, the college website has a section devoted to wellbeing:


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