Australian Anaesthesia Allied Health Practitioners aims to promote the professional status and recognition of its members through:
AAAHP Membership Benefits
· Free AAAHP Education Events (Excludes National Conference and W.A. ANZCA/ASA Autumn Meeting)
· Access to AAAHP Facebook group
· The opportunity to apply for AAAHP Education & Research Grants
· The opportunity to participate in AAAHP business through election to committee or attendance at our annual general meeting (Full and Student Members Only) contact email@example.com
Great networking & CPD
· Demonstrate your ongoing learning and development for career succession.
To become an AAAHP member
The AAAHP Executive Committee and the outgoing AOTP committee would like to notify all current and future members that AOTP has now closed as an operating association. All past AOTP members are urged to contact the AAAHP registrar ,firstname.lastname@example.org , for information regarding their AOTP membership.
Valter Colladen Student of the Year 2019
Alison Holloway Award Winner 2018
AAAHP is very proud to announce this years recipient of the Alison Holloway Award.
Alana Heaven Receiving the ALISON HOLLOWAY AWARD from VYAIRE MEDICAL representative Mr Kelvin Cameron
Alana Heaven from Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne , Victoria , is to be congratulated for her paper on the 'EXIT' Procedure . To view Alana's winning Submission for the National award please follow this link Difficult Neonatal Airway in the Context of an EXIT Procedure - Case Study.pdf
The Current National Code of Conduct that we are all covered by-
Western Australian Version
South Australian Version
Independent Review of Accreditation Systems within the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme for health professions
Statement from AAAHP
Evan Leslie Kajewski is not a current member of AAAHP nor has he ever been a member of AAAHP or its predecessor organisation, ASAPO.
AAAHP are unable to comment further at present as the matter is under investigation by the police . http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-10-26/hospital-worker-charged-injecting-patients-saline-painkillers/9088030
Online CPD available for all AAAHP members. Click on the Education tab for further details
Notification: Change in process for obtaining a drugs administration authority for Anaesthetic Technicians in QLD.
Any questions with regard to the application process should be directed to Medicines Regulation and Quality, Queensland Health via email at MRQ@health.qld.gov.au or telephone 07 3708 5264.
Watch this short video on the work of Anaesthetic Technicians.