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The handbook was updated at the February 2018 board meeting to include a new status which allows units to suspend their accreditation.  
The FPM board ballot will be launched electronically on Monday March 19 and remain open until Wednesday April 11. 
By-law 4 FPM Training Program and the FPM Training Handbook have been updated on the website. The changes can be found by clicking the links below. 
FPM annual subscriptions are now payable. Please check your email inbox for your invoice and payment options.
We are urging patients to consider alternative pain relief to codeine ahead of the ban on over-the-counter sales of the drug early next year.
Oxford University Press has released an app that enables you to read Pain Medicine, both online and offline on your mobile device. 
The Australian government is planning for its expression of interest online portal for Specialist Training Program funding to go live in October (date TBC).
The fourth edition of Acute Pain Management: Scientific Evidence is being launched on Monday May 2 at the ANZCA Annual Scientific Meeting in Auckland.
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