• As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, clinical researchers are increasingly turning their attention to the management of post acute COVID syndromes, including Long COVID. This recent evidence summary produced by the NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation suggests the need for caution in exercise prescription and the risk of exacerbation of post exertion symptoms.

Our Lunch and Learn series for August with new sessions on Frailty and the popular sessions on Getting Your Message Across. Click on a series to see the flyer for more details or to join on the day of an event:

Advance care planning is the process of planning for your future health care. It relates to health care you would, or would not, like to receive if you were to become seriously ill or injured and you are unable to communicate your preferences or make decisions.

‘Do you know someone who has had a brain injury?’  Synapse is an Australian organisation which provides a range of support services and resources for people whose lives have been impacted by brain injury.

Rebecca Clinch - the first Aboriginal Brain Injury Coordinator in the Healing Right Way study – received the 2022 NAIDOC Perth Nursing and Midwifery Award (Statewide) presented at the NADIOC Awards held on the 25th June. Rebecca held the post of Aboriginal Brain Injury Coordinator from its inauguration in January 2018 through to January 2022 when the service was completed.

Collaborative sessions from The Heart Foundation, ACRA WA, Rural Health West and TRACS WA.  Sessions are monthly via GotoWebinar from 12:30-13:30. 
18th August - How to Navigate Interactive Heart Maps & Guidelines and Resources for Management of Chronic Heart Failure
July -  Resources  Recording Long COVID with Katie Stewart and Dale Edgar

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. Here is an update of what's going on across our range of CoPs...