Thank you for all of those who attended our Trauma Informed Care Module Launch. Over 250 people registered to attend either in person or virtually.  TRACS WA were privileged to have Dr Ann O’Neill, who is the founder of angelhands as our invited speaker at the Launch.

Collaborative sessions from The Heart Foundation, ACRA WA, Rural Health West and TRACS WA.  Sessions are monthly via GotoWebinar from 12:30-13:30. 
February 17thCardiac Rehabilitation / Secondary Prevention: providing a person centred service despite COVID restrictions  Click here to register.
November Cardiac Medications and Exercise Prescriptions  PDF Presentation 

Barby Singer was delighted to be able to represent TRACS WA at the International Day of People with Disability 2021 event co-hosted by the Disability Health Network and South Metro Health Service. The event was very well attended, both in person and online (see picture).

TRACS WA held its second stroke interdisciplinary online learning event for members of the Stroke Community of Practice.

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.

TRACS WA is in collaboration with the WA metropolitan and country Aboriginal Health Leadership teams to develop a full day training in Patient Centred Care for Aboriginal patients.