Learning Collaboratives


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ABOUT
ENCOUNTERING CHALLENGES WITH CASE INVESTIGATION OR CONTACT TRACING?
Join us for our learning collaboratives!
 
In our learning collaboratives, you’ll enhance your knowledge and skills by discussing critical issues, solving problems, and sharing challenges that are unique to contact tracers and case investigators.

Session topics are determined based on feedback from participants and announced in advance, so check back regularly. If a session is full, you may sign up for the waitlist online or email [email protected]. Popular learning collaborative topics will be repeated monthly.
 
 
UPCOMING SESSIONS
BREAKTHROUGH INFECTIONS
Date:
December 10, 2021
Time: 11:00 am - 12:30 pm Mountain Time

In this learning collaborative, we will discuss what we know now and what we are learning about the implications of COVID-19 vaccine breakthrough cases for our contact tracing and case investigation work. We will focus on the likelihood of breakthrough infection, the severity of symptoms, the need for vaccine boosters, and recommended messaging when working with contacts and cases.  
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KEEPING CURRENT WITH CHANGING INFORMATION
Date:
December 17, 2021
Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am Pacific

One of the challenges of responding to the pandemic is keeping up with changing information which effects guidelines, recommendations and responding effectively to the questions posed by contacts and cases. This learning collaborative will focus on an overview of current guidelines and latest information to respond to COVID-19 including resources to stay current. We will also discuss the challenge of keeping up with the changing information and how to address the ambiguity that exists in our work.
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TOPIC REQUEST
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