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Title: ANZCA Bulletin (March 2018)
Keywords: Perioperative Medicine
Medical Education
Anaesthesia workforce
Day surgery
Rural medicine
GP Anaesthesia
Safe sedation
Doctors’ health and wellbeing
Slow release opioids
Gender equity
Pain Management
Acute Pain
Patient safety
Overseas aid
Anaesthetic history
Issue Date: Mar-2018
Publisher: Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists
Series/Report no.: ANZCA Bulletin;
Description: 4 President’s message. 5 Chief executive officer’s message. 6 Anaesthesia verses anaesthesiology. 7 Awards: Fellows honoured on Australia Day. 10 Safe sedation and new New Zealand government gets busy in first 100 days 12 Professional documents – update 12 Doctors’ health and wellbeing – new strategies 13 ANZCA’s professional documents: What would you do? 14 Slow release opioids – the need for a statement. 18 Endorsing gender equity 22 Learning to live without the lure of alcohol 25 Safety and quality 28 Patient safety: #TheatreCapChallenge goes viral 30 How a cancer diagnosis taught me the importance of “care always” 32 Surveys inform key college decisions 44 Using Twitter at the ASM: A delegates’ guide 47 Faculty of Pain Medicine 52 Lifebox a vital tool for saving lives across the globe 54 ANZCA Trainee Survey 58 Pressures on trainee workforce 60 Website redesign 62 Leading change for good on the world stage 64 Opportunities in eLearning 66 The rare privilege of medicine: Women anaesthetists in Australia and New Zealand 68 Library update 72 ANZCA Research Foundation 73 ANZCA Clinical Trials Network 76 Overseas aid: Anaesthesia in Zambia 78 Special interest group events 80 New Zealand news 82 Australian news 88 Obituaries. 91 Future meetings
Type: Book
Affiliates: Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists
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