TRACS WA has had the privilege of working with the inspirational Rebecca Carbone, a survivor of a brain tumour and stroke.

‘Tune in with TRACS WA’ was designed to meet the needs of subacute clinicians in a time when we could not deliver face to face training.

This mini-symposium, held on Friday 27th March 2020, was a collaboration between TRACS WA and: Karen Gifford (TeleStroke Program Lead) and Ruth Warr (Project Manager, TeleRehabilitation), Innovation & Development Unit, WA Country Health Service, with support from Assoc Prof Erin Godecke, Edith Cowan University.

The Practitioner Online Referral Treatment Service (PORTS) has a very helpful resource providing practical psychological skills to help you and your loved ones cope with anxiety and worry during this time.
TRACS WA held a focus-group consultation with a range of clinical leaders, floating a new concept of co-designed Communities of Practice (CoPs).

Would you like to learn more about becoming a subacute care Champion? TRACS WA is looking for clinicians who would like to learn more about leading a Community of Practice in their area of interest.

These guidelines developed by Aboriginal Health Strategy, South Metropolitan Health Service is an excellent resource (DoH login required).