After the success of the inaugural Western Australia Stroke Management Symposium in 2017, the Department of Health and its partners will be hosting a second stroke symposium on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 November 2018 at The UWA Club, Crawley.

Following the departure of Dr Stephen Ford, TRACS WA is delighted to welcome Professor Osvaldo Almeida (MD, PhD, FRANZCP, FFPOA) as one of our Medical Leads (Psychogeriatrics).

Busselton Hospital patients, volunteers and staff recently had the opportunity to star in their own video production.

TRACS WA in partnership with the Aboriginal Strategy Team of SMHS delivered our first pilot facilitation session for the Aboriginal Person Centred Care Module.

Congratulations go to Helen McLean, Development Facilitator with TRACS WA, for being named a finalist in the recent WA Nursing and Midwifery Awards (WANMEA) for 2018 in the category of Excellence in Aboriginal Health.

We are currently editing our video recording of the caring for Aboriginal people in a Person-Centred Way Community of Practice into short ideas and narratives to assist in developing your skills and knowledge.

Kalgoorlie Health campus (KHC) currently has approximately 50 Stroke or Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA) presentations per year.