ANZCA Clinical Trials Network

The Australian and New Zealand College of  Anaesthetists (ANZCA) Clinical Trials Network seeks to improve the evidence base of  anaesthesia, perioperative and pain medicine by supporting multicentre  research, and collaborating with other trials groups. Research into  peri-operative outcomes is an important priority aimed at improving the quality  and safety of anaesthesia care.

Members of the ANZCA Clinical Trials Network are highly  skilled in the theory and practice of research methodology and have a record of  success in the coordination, conduct and management large, multicenter,  randomised, controlled trials. ANZCA Clinical Trials Network investigators have received  more than $16 million in NHMRC project grants.

The ANZCA Clinical Trials Network is co-located at Monash University’s  School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine and the Australian and New  Zealand College of Anaesthetists. In 2012, Trials Group members were successful  in securing over $5 million in project grants from the NHMRC through Monash  University.

The ANZCA Clinical Trials Network also provides research  infrastructure support for Fellows and trainees of the College for survey  research purposes and administers the ANZCA Pilot Grant Scheme.

Contact Us

Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine
Monash University
The Alfred Centre
Level 6, access lifts via 'B' Lobby (on Centre Lane)
99 Commercial Road Melbourne VIC 3004

Current Research

Current Research within the ANZCA Clinical Trials Network
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