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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 (English) or healthoregon.org/rastreodecontacto (Spanish)

Interested in helping with contact tracing? Contact Tracing Interest Form

Contact Tracing Training

OHA provides a foundational Contact Tracing training as 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:  training.support@dhsoha.state.or.us.

ARIAS is the platform that OHA, counties, and some Tribes will use to record data from contact tracing calls.
Learn more about ARIAS training and support


Case Investigation and Contact Tracing Training Calendar


REALD

REALD is an effort to increase and standardize race, ethnicity, language, and disability data collection. Data standards like REALD bring recognition and visibility to everyone and gives us the ability to identify and address health inequities. REALD standards were developed in conjunction with community stakeholders.

REALD Response Matrix (Guide for asking the REALD questions)
REALD Training Module (on iLearn)
How to Set up an Account in iLearn

Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity (SOGI) Recorded Training presented by ORAETC

 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

Recommended Training Resources:


Fundamentals of Contact Investigation

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