The Australasian College for Emergency Medicine is an incorporated educational institution whose prime objective is the training and examination of specialist emergency physicians for Australia and New Zealand and the ongoing maintenance of professional standards of the Fellows.
The Australasian Donor Awareness Program is committed to providing quality continuing education for health professionals in Australia and New Zealand who are involved in the care and management of dying patients and their families, including those patients who may become potential organ and tissue donors.
The ATBF is a not-for-profit organisation which fosters and promotes best practice in the retrieval, preparation, storage and distribution of human tissue for transplantation throughout Australasia.
The Australasian Transplant Coordinators Association (ATCA) promotes communication and collaboration amongst organ and tissue donor and transplant coordinators in Australia and New Zealand. ATCA collaborates with regional and international associations or societies interested in transplant coordination and related subjects.
The Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society fosters and promotes all aspects of intensive care medicine within our two countries. This website is primarily intended as a resource for members of the Society, however also contains general information about the Society, it's functions and the specialty of intensive care medicine.
The Australian College of Critical Care Nurses represents over 2,000 critical care nurses nationally. College activities focus on the care of both adult and paediatric critically ill patients, and includes many clinical sub-specialities (Special Interest Groups) and professional issues (Advisory Panels).
The Australian Medical Association represents the registered medical practitioners and medical students of Australia. It works with the membership to promote and protect the interests of patients.
The RSA is an Australasian society for nursing, medical, technical and allied health professionals, aiming for excellence in the dissemination of knowledge in Renal Replacement Therapies.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners is the professional organisation that focuses on the safety and quality of general practice. The College’s mission is to improve health and wellbeing for all Australians by supporting general practitioners, registrars and medical students.
The TNA is committed to advancing opportunities to enable education, research and networking for nurses and allied health professionals involved in transplantation.
The Transplantation Society of Australia and New Zealand has as members, scientists, doctors, transplant coordinators and research students with an interest in all forms of transplantation.