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The JCCA’s brief is to provide a forum for discussion between ANZCA, RACGP and ACRRM on all matters relating to rural GP Anaesthetic training, accreditation, ongoing education and quality improvement. It supervises and examines GP registrars from the rural training stream of the RACGP and ACRRM who are completing the 12 month Curriculum for General Practitioner Anaesthesia, 6th edition, 2020.
The committee also oversees a continuing professional development (CPD) program which enables rural GP anaesthetists to maintain their skills and knowledge in anaesthesia.
The Joint Consultative Committee on Anaesthesia (JCCA) is a tripartite committee with representatives from ANZCA, the RACGP and ACRRM
The JCCA supervises and examiners GP registrars from the RACGP and ACRRM who are completing a 12 month training post in GP anaesthesia
A list of the JCCA’s accredited hospitals in each state is provided
The JCCA CPD Standard defines the minimum recommended requirement for all general practitioners providing anaesthesia services
The JCCA has a number of policies to assist rural GP anaesthetists in their work in a rural and remote area
Rural GPs in Australia will be able to access a new rural generalist anaesthesia qualification from 2023 – the DRGA