A Community of Practice (CoP) is about bringing together people who share a passion, concern or common interest in a subject and who interact on a regular basis to share practices, develop knowledge and improve the way they do things.
The elements of a community of practice include:
- a shared area of interest or knowledge
- a community of members who pursue their interest in the domain through participating in activities, discussions and sharing
- a practice of shared resources such as tools, experience and problem solving.
The WA Subacute Care Community of Practice
Statement of Purpose:
The WA Subacute Care Community of Practice will provide a supportive, interdisciplinary forum for the sharing and exchange of skills, knowledge and resources in subacute care with the aim of improving practice and the delivery of quality, patient centred care.
- facilitate knowledge exchange and skills development
- improve practice and provide patient focussed care by identifying common issues best addressed through a collaborative approach
- collaboratively generate new knowledge
- be a resource for support for individual group members, especially new practitioners
- promote best practice at a service delivery or program level.
The Subacute Care Community of Practice meets on a regular basis. If you would like to keep up to date with upcoming Community of Practice Events be sure to access our website on a regular basis and join our subscribers list via our online form.
Previous Community of Practice events
20/06/2019 - Chronic Disease Strategy (final session in this series)
16/05/2019 - Chronic Disease Strategy
28/11/2018 - Amputee Community of Practice
17/05/2018 - NDIS Community of Practice
01/03/2018 - Tracheostomy Community of Practice
21/02/2018 - Amputee Community of Practice
04/08/2017 - Parkinson's CoP/ Combined Education Meeting
15/06/2017 - Subacute Care Simulation Video resources showcase
23/03/2017 - Aboriginal Community of Practice
23/02/2017 - Parkinson's Community of Practice
11/11/2016 - Parkinson's Community of Practice
02/06/2016 - Aboriginal Busting Myths Community of Practice
20/05/2016 - Lyn Turner Stokes and 12/04/2016 Dr Linda Friedland