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COVID-19 Contact Tracing Resources

This is a resource page for contact tracers currently working for local public health, Tribes, or their partners. For information about contact tracing in Oregon, visit healthoregon.org/contacttracing or healthoregon.org/rastreodecontacto.

Interested in helping with contact tracing? Contact Tracing Interest Form

Contact Tracing Fundamentals

OHA provides a foundational Contact Tracing training on Wednesdays and Fridays. This training is a resource for Local Public Health Authorities, Tribes, and their partners to train staff. It is not open to the general public or job seekers.

To request training for their staff, Local Public Health Authorities, Tribes and their partners can email: active.surveillancetrainings@dhsoha.state.or.us.

Spanish language trainings are available and will be scheduled upon request.

Recommended training resources

Making A Contact: A Training for COVID-19 Contact Tracers presented by ASTHO

Fundamentals of Contact Investigation

ARIAS Training

ARIAS is the platform that OHA, counties, and potentially some Tribes will use to record data from contact tracing calls.

This video, Contact Tracing Data Collection: ARIAS Training, provides a basic overview of the ARIAS system for contact tracers. It can be viewed and revisited as need.

Please note: The ARIAS system is not yet live and available to use. We are sending out this training in advance, so that LPHAs/Tribes can train staff prior to launch.

ARIAS Resources

  • ARIAS User Guide
    A written companion to our training video. It is best used as a reference once the training video has been completed.
  • ARIAS FAQs
 
 

Additional ARIAS Trainings

Additional ARIAS trainings will be available to LPHAs, Tribes, and their partners during the ARIAS roll-out process. 

Other Resources

Jurisdictions and community-based organizations may develop their own training plans. As a resource, we recommend: CDC’s COVID-19 Sample Training Plans

 Media contact

OHA External Relations

Oregon Health Authority

971-673-2097
orcovid19.media@dhsoha.state.or.us

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