Centred on the theme of compassion, this event will include thought-provoking topics including mindfulness, end-of-life care, Aboriginal perspectives on compassion, and emotional wellbeing.

A collaboration including TRACS WA, WACHS Chronic Condition Strategy Team (CCST), Heart Foundation WA and the Australian Cardiovascular Health Association WA have planned and developed a series of CRSP telehealth Professional Development sessions for country WA health professionals via VC.

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) - Health Community of Practice (NDIS-Health CoP) is co-sponsored by TRACS WA and the Disability Health Network (DHN).

Albany Hospital staff, patients and volunteers enjoyed the buzz of ‘lights, camera, action’ onsite during production of their own ‘Welcome to Rehabilitation’ video.

A working party involving multiple health and disability services has continued to meet over the past year with the goal of facilitating discharge of people with long term tracheostomy from tertiary services.

Presentations from the Smart Strokes 2019 Conference are on the conference website and the program is here.

Recorded video conferencing feedback sessions (with powerpoint summaries) delivered by WA attendees are available below:

TRACS WA would like to congratulate Dr Kien Chan, Stroke Medical Consultant, Osborne Park Hospital for his nomination as a Stroke Care Champion Award 2019 finalist.