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Essential Topic Area: Module 4 - Problematic substance use; and on being a professional is now available in Networks.
The Acute Pain Management: Scientific Medicine (4th ed) publication has been indexed making them more discoverable. 
Consciousness and pain, voluntary assisted dying legislation, and the dramatic rise in opioid abuse and addiction are some of the topical issues to be explored at the annual FPM meeting. 
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.
The ANZCA Library is seeking contributions from specialist pain medicine physicians for a new library guide on paediatric pain.
Trainees attending the Spring Meeting can register for a workshop and masterclass focusing on preparation for the FPM Fellowship exam.  
We are pleased to offer Spring Meeting delegates the opportunity to attend workshops that achieve the emergency response CPD credits.  
Oxford University Press has released an app that enables you to read Pain Medicine, both online and offline on your mobile device. 
Watch: Faculty dean Dr Chris Hayes talks to ABC news program "Lateline" about  Australia's opioid epidemic (June 22)
The Training Unit Accreditation Committee (TUAC) is seeking expressions of interest from FPM Fellows to become training unit reviewers. 
 

The Bullying Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Working Group Report – 2017 with 13 recommendations has now been published.

The 2016 ANZCA Annual Report is now available on the website. Hard copies will be available at the ANZCA ASM in Brisbane.
The Networks re-design is now live and provides users with improved navigation, a fresh look-and-feel, and better resource discoverability. 
Opportunities exist for FPM Fellows to be involved in a new working group to develop a business case around paediatric pain medicine training. 
Medtronic Australasia, in consultation with the TGA, has issued a hazard alert for its SynchroMed II implantable infusion pump. 
Medtronic Australasia is undertaking a recall for product correction of Medtronic recharger - neurostimulators model 37751. 
Click through to see some of FPM and ANZCA's key achievements from the past year, and take a sneak peek at what we've got planned for 2017. 
Our award-winning, free-to-use opioid equianalgesic calculator is now available for desktop, iPhone and Android.
The Faculty of Pain Medicine, ANZCA is the 2017 recipient of the American Academy of Pain Medicine’s (AAPM) Robert G. Addison, MD Award.
Local and international experts met in Hahndorf, SA from September 16-18 to discuss "managing pain in the workplace" and it generated great media interest.
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