We run a variety of state and national anaesthesia related conferences, lectures and events on a regular basis across Australia.

35th Annual Victorian ANZCA/ASA Combined CME Meeting
26th July 2014

The theme for this years Victorian CME is 'Primum Non Nocere: How Anaesthetists Avoid Harm'
Venue: Sofitel, 25 Collins Place, Melbourne
Contact: vic@anzca.edu.au
Registration: please click here to download the registration form

2014 - National Scientific Congress

4-7 October - Gold Coast


Practice, Precision and Professionalism


 The 2014 National Scientific Congress will be held on the sunny Gold Coast from 4-7 October at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre. 

For all the latest information on the event please visit www.asa2014.com.au.

If you have any questions please contact the ASA events team on 1800 806 654 or events@asa.org.au

Sponsorship opportunities are available.  For further information please visit the sponsorship page on www.asa2014.com.au or contact the Events and Sponsorship team on 1800 806 654 or events@asa.org.au.  

Real World Anaesthesia Course (RWAC)
3-7 November 2014

Applications for the 2014 Real World Anaesthesia Course are now closed. For further information please contact Sally Gelton-Smith. Successful applicants will be notified before the end of April.



2015 ASURA 

20th to 23rd February - Perth, Australia


ASURA will be held again in 2015 at the Hyatt Regency in Perth, more details will be released as they become available. 

2015 - National Scientific Congress

12-15 September - Darwin



The 2015 National Scientific Congress will be held in Darwin from 12 – 15 September 2015.

Please check back for further information, or contact the Events team on 1800 806 654 or events@asa.org.au.  



Continuing Medical Education


We currently run the New South Wales Continuing Medical Education (CME) events biannually.  The event will be held in 2015, please check back for further information.

If you have any questions please contact the ASA Events team on 1800 806 654 or events@asa.org.au