We were very proud to be selected as a finalist in the WA Health Excellence Awards of 2018 for our collaborative work with all Directors of Aboriginal Health Strategy in WA to develop the Aboriginal Person Centred Care learning module.

We are delighted to congratulate TRACS WA’s Unit Coordinator, Chris King, on the completion of her PhD.

The next NDIS and Health Community of Practice (CoP) will be an overview of issues related to the NDIS for people with psychosocial disability.

TRACS WA is aware that there is interest in improving the coordination of care of patients following amputation across WA Health and amongst private organisations.

This collaboration between TRACS WA, WACHS Chronic Conditions Strategy Team (CCST), Heart Foundation WA and the Australian Cardiovascular Health and Rehabilitation Association WA (ACRA-WA) have planned and developed a series of Cardiac Rehabilitation and Secondary Prevention (CRSP) telehealth professional development sessions for country WA Health professionals.

Helen McLean, one of our Development Facilitators, presented at the Australasian Rehabilitation Nurses Association’s Enabling conference this year.

TRACS WA funded a number of Regional Stroke Coordinators (RSCs) to attend the 2nd WA Stroke Symposium, (10/11th November) held at UWA, and a workshop held on the Friday to facilitate collaboration and improved consistency around stroke-related quality improvement planning, facilitation and evaluation within WACHS regions.