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Training & exams hub: Information & resources

This hub has been designed for trainees and educators participating in the ANZCA, FPM and DHM training programs to identify suitable training and exam resources, including online access to the Primary Exam Reading List, medical texts, and links to exam reports.

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Anaesthesia training & exams

Our anaesthesia training program is accredited by the Australian Medical Council (AMC) and the Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ).

Access the complete recommended reading list for the ANZCA Primary exam:

A large number of resources are available to assist with written exam and VIVA (oral and clinical) preparation for both primary and final exam trainees:

The library subscribes to numerous core resources which trainees will find useful:

A number of resources have been created to support supervisors of training (SOTs):

Pain medicine training & exams

The pain medicine training program comprises a minimum of two years' clinical experience directly related to pain medicine, which allows specialists and those completing a specialty training program to become a specialist pain medicine physician.

A large number of online resources are available to support pain medicine trainees:

A number of resources are available to assist with exam preparation for pain medicine trainees:

The library subscribes to numerous core resources which trainees will find useful:

A number of resources have been created to support supervisors of training (SOTs):

Advanced diving and hyperbaric medicine

Our diploma of advanced diving and hyperbaric medicine (ANZCA Dip Adv DHM) provides a unique opportunity for specialist doctors to "take the plunge" into an exciting, emerging area of medicine.

Roles in practice

The ANZCA Roles in Practice are taught throughout the ANZCA | FPM training program so that trainees develop medical expertise and gain competency in all the attributes required of a specialist anaesthetist and specialist pain medicine physicians.

COVID-19 - information for trainees

We encourage all ANZCA and FPM trainees to refer to this list of potential impacts to education and training as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Educational resources and information related to the Coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak, including latest articles:

Safety, quality & wellbeing

There are a range of resources available to our fellows, trainees, specialist international medical graduates and immediate family members.

Explore the various ways the college is working with government agencies, regulators, healthcare providers, and the media.

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

A number of guides have been created to support these activities:

Supervisors of Training (SOTs)

There are a range of resources available to support our supervisors of training (SOTs):

Learn to teach with our modular practical teaching course. It's available to all fellows, trainees and specialist international medical graduates:

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

In addition, the library subscribes to many key medical education journals and e--books:

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