The Australian and New Zealand Association for Medical Education (ANZAME) was established in 1972 as a medical education society, but has gradually evolved into an association for health-professional education. In July 2002, ANZAME held its 30th Annual Scientific Meeting in Sydney in a collaborative arrangement with the Australian Postgraduate Federation in Medicine (APFM). There were about 150 registrants, the majority from the medical and nursing professions. There were many health-professional educators, as well as delegates from South-East Asia and the United Kingdom.
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