The TRACS WA Workplace Learning Fund (WLF) Program provides financial support to individuals or groups of health professionals or assistants working in subacute care (SAC) seeking to develop their knowledge and skills and address service gaps, through workplace learning opportunities.

The second WA Stroke Symposium was held at the UWA Club on 10/11th November.

These guidelines developed by Aboriginal Health Strategy, South Metropolitan Health Service is an excellent resource (DoH login required).

To view session 1session 2,  session 3 , session 4, session 5 and session 6 
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, in 2018.

We have provided 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.

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