TRACS WA are launching our new 'Trauma Informed Care' module on the morning of Friday 3rd December at 8:30am - 9:30am. See flyer for further detail and to register.

We hope you can come along to learn about this new program which aims to help clinicians understand how to work effectively with people whose past trauma experience may be triggered by interaction with the health system.  You'll also have the opportunity to hear from inspirational speaker and founder of Angel Hands, Dr Ann O'Neill (OAM).

Come along to TRACS WA's November series of 'Bitesize Lunch and Learn online sessions.' Tuesdays in November, 12:30pm to 1pm

9th November 2021: What is a growth mindset?
16th November 2021: Improving your communication skills
23rd November 2021: Working effectively in your team
30th November 2021: Goals of Patient Care

TRACS WA host a number of Communities of Practice (CoPs) which bring together people who share a passion, concern or common interest in a health care topic, in order to discuss, learn and organise activities. We have five regular active CoPs.

Over the past 18 months we have 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. 

Collaborative sessions from The Heart Foundation, ACRA WA, Rural Health West and TRACS WA.  Sessions are monthly via GotoWebinar from 12:30-13:30. 
Cardiac Medications and Exercise Prescriptions November 25th 
October - Nutrition and Cardiovascular Disease with Meg Ryan from the Heart Foundation.  View presentation material here.

Subacute care comprises of: rehabilitation, palliative care, geriatric evaluation and management and psychogeriatric care.