ANZCA


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ANZCAAustralian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists
ANZCAAustralian New Zealand Communication Association
ANZCAAustralian and New Zealand Cultural Arts Ltd. (Victoria, Australia)
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The 3rd ANZCA event is set to play host to lots of the industry's senior researchers and leading speakers too, and the event has the goal of advancing best practices and techniques in the anaesthesia field.
Let me extend my congratulations to Diana Bossio and Sujay Paulose from Swinburne University for the successful launching of the ANZCA Facebook page, which features Dr Lisa Waller in our very first ANZCA Member Profile.
The author would also like to acknowledge the National Health and Medical Research Council, and ANZCA for their support of national anaesthesia mortality reporting in Australia and their role in the publication of the triennial reports.
In particular, the new ANZCA Facebook Forum will be a moderated group available for the members of ANZCA and aims to bring them together to discuss some of the important issues in Media and Communication practice, teaching and research.
The Perioperative Nurses College continues to liaise closely with the New Zealand National Committee of the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (NCNZ -ANZCA) and the New Zealand Society of Anaesthetists to ensure that the RNAA course meets ANZCA PS08 Recommendations and produces well-trained and competent practitioners.
According to ANZCA (2005), the available data suggests the following:
Q7: Do nurses have to undertake an anaesthetic assistant course in accordance with the ANZCA (2012) PS08 document?
ANZCA PS09: Guidelines on Sedation and/or Analgesia for Diagnostic and Interventional Medical, Dental and Surgical Procedures.
This results in unpleasant and unwanted side effects (See Table 1) (Collett 1998, ANZCA 2005).
The training required for the proposed scope of practice of NP perioperative anaesthesia is qualitatively and quantitatively lesser to the present ANZCA training.
This special issue of MIA began its life in the reflections of Michael Bourk and myself on the concentration of quality presentations related to public relations at the 2015 ANZCA conference we organised in Queenstown.
Although there are 143 accredited training sites for anaesthesia in Australia, insufficient funding and preferential allocation to ANZCA trainees makes securing this training, for some, difficult.