The NDIA will be delivering a series of NDIS Self-management workshops during April 2019.

TRACS WA are proud to launch the new Introduction to Subacute care (iSAC) self-directed online learning modules, available via the TRACS Online Learning Portal at: http://subacutecare.org.au/m/

The new Aboriginal Person Centred Care (APCC) module was developed collaboratively with the input from Aboriginal directors of NMHS, SMHS, EMHS, CAHS and WACHS in response to a need for further education, knowledge and understanding in caring for Aboriginal people.

The second WA Stroke Symposium, organised by Dr Andrew Wesseldine and team, was held at the UWA Club on the 10th and 11th November 2018.

Our next Community of Practice (CoP) will focus on the needs of people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to set health goals.

Training sessions at Fremantle Hospital in April and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in May are fully booked.

We would like to congratulate TRACS WA Development Facilitator Katie Sutton on the completion of her Master of Philosophy project through the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine, Curtin University.