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Part 3 Courses

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 June and November 2019, except SA/NT, TAS and WA which runs every 18 months.

2019 Part 3 Courses Available 

Queensland

Date: Saturday 8 June, 2019

Venue: ANZCA Office, West End

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New South Wales

Date: Saturday 2 November, 2019

Venue: Hilton,  Sydney

Register Now!

Victoria

Registration coming soon!

Download the Part 3 Course flyer

For more information regarding the Part 3 Course please contact Jade Melville.

 

CIG International Scholarships

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.

  • Canadian Anesthesiologists Society Annual Meeting (CAS)
  • Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland Annual Scientific Meeting (AAGBI)
  • American Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting (ASA)

Applications for CIG International Scholarships are open for ASA trainee members only.
Applications are now open.

For any enquiries please contact: trainees@asa.org.au