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Title: ANZCA Bulletin (December 2018)
ANZCA/FPM Author: Hincks, C
Jones, C
Reynolds, L
Robertson, N
Keywords: Medical workforce
National Anaesthesia Day
Indigenous health
Pain management
Cosmetic surgery
Issue Date: Dec-2018
Publisher: Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists
Series/Report no.: ANZCA Bulletin;
Description: Table of contents. 4 President’s message 5 Chief executive officer’s message. 6 Letters to the editor 7 President's portrait unveiled 8 ANZCA and FPM in the news 10 Advocacy – a year in review 14 ANZCA’s professional documents: What would you do? 16 Hospitals and practices embrace ANZCA National Anaesthesia Day. 23 The 2018 Ray Hader Award for Pastoral Care 24 ANZCA participates in Indigenous meetings 28 Indigenous health: Spinning a healthy yarn. 30 Desert experience a preparation for life on Mars: Extreme environments. 32 Gaza medical mission a lesson in humanity and resilience 34 Anaesthesia and pain medicine research boosted by $1.5 million. 48 The ANZCA Professional Affairs Executive Committee: Advancing our fellows’ interests. 50 Safety and quality news 53 Anaesthesia and cosmetic surgery 54 Discover the world with the library’s new discovery service 58 ANZCA Clinical Trials Network: New multicentre studies in the pipeline 59 Foundation update 62 CPD news 63 CPD: Lifelong learning 64 Changes to the ANZCA Training Program 70 Faculty of Pain Medicine 78 Successful candidates 82 Tri-nation Alliance strengthened 83 ANZCA Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine History and Heritage Grant 84 Special interest group events 88 New Zealand news 90 Australian news 98 Obituaries.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11055/965
Type: Book
Affiliates: Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists
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