• General Considerations for Conducting Online Qualitative Research and Practice Implications for Interviewing People with Acquired Brain Injury. Open access online
  • WAPHA eLearning resources Recognising, Responding and Reporting the Abuse of Older People Online Learning Modules
  • BreastScreen WA have FREE guest speakers available to talk about breast cancer and breast awareness.

Goals of Patient Care
The Department of Health has been working with the Australian Digital Health Agency aiming to increase the use of Advance Care Planning (ACP) documents and Goals of Patient Care (GoPC) clinical documents in the My Health Record (MHR) system to improve the availability of these documents at point of care.

Over the past 18 months TRACS WA has delivered many of our training modules remotely. The format which involves our presenters being here at Fremantle hospital, and then video conferencing to groups at a remote site, has been very successful. 

TRACS WA are in the process of developing a new training module on ‘Trauma Informed Care’. This module is being developed based on feedback from health consumers and clinicians that sometimes there is more going on for health consumers (patients) than is immediately apparent from their presenting condition.

Collaborative sessions from The Heart Foundation, ACRA WA, Rural Health West and TRACS WA.  Sessions are monthly via GotoWebinar from 12:30-13:30. 
September -  Future Proofing your Cardiac Rehabilitation Progam and AdvocacyCardiac Rehab Stats

Angela joins the TRACS WA team as a development Facilitator. Angela believes that anything is possible and questions usual practice.

Michelle Sultan and Caroline Randles attended the launch of the North Metropolitan Health Service’s Standing Strong Resources for Aboriginal patients going through amputation.