Saturday 19th & Sunday 20th October, 2019
After the successes of the Western Australia Stroke Symposiums in 2017 and 2018, the Department of Health and its partners will be hosting the third stroke symposium at The University Club of Western Australia, Crawley.

The Health Education and Training Institute (HETI) Mental Health Portfolio is developing a resource to be used for education and training.

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.

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.

Did you know that TRACS WA operates a Workplace Learning Fund? We have grants of up to $5,000 available to support clinicians to undertake education and training to address identified service gaps.