The Part 3 Courses are a one-day program designed to assist in preparing trainees to become consultant anaesthetists.
Most applicable to fourth or fifth year trainees, the course helps transition from trainee to independent practitioner by covering topics such as:
1. Setting up private practice and billing
2. Private vs public
3. Welfare for consultant anaesthetists
4. Medical indemnity and risk management
5. Business management, financial planning and accounting
6. Advice and tips on your career
7. The roles of ASA and ANZCA
All Part 3 Courses are run on a Saturday throughout November 2018, except SA/NT and TAS who run the course every 18 months. More dates and venues will be added shortly for each state!
Download the Part 3 Course flyer
For more information regarding the Part 3 Course please contact Jade Melville.
The University Club WA
02 855 69723
The ASA has developed close relationships with other international anaesthetic associations under the banner of the Common Interest Group (CIG). This includes a broad scope to the advancement of anaesthesia, patient safety, workforce issues, training and development. As part of this, the ASA understands the value of trainees attending these conferences – learning and sharing experiences and common issues.The ASA offers three scholarships each year valued at $4,000 to assist trainees with travel and accommodation costs to attend one of these international meetings.
Applications for CIG International Scholarships are open for ASA trainee members only.
Applications for 2019 open in January 2019.
To receive a copy of the application guidelines contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
A two day workshop to improve performance and hone examination technique for Anaesthetic final exam candidates.
This weekend is available to Australian Society of Anaesthetists (ASA) Trainee Members only.
ASA membership will be verified. Access to this workshop is only one of many benefits of membership of the ASA.
This bootcamp is the best value for time and money to improve your exam performance.
A discounted registration fee of $375 is available to early registrants.