With support from TEPHINET and in collaboration with the Canadian Field Epidemiology Program, Australia’s Field Epidemiology Training Program is developing eLearning modules on contact tracing. The modules will address the social determinants of contact tracing and the mental health and well-being of contact tracers.
The creators of these modules would like to include short video or audio recordings of volunteers sharing their experiences of undertaking contact tracing in the field.
The team is also seeking a volunteer interviewee who has worked on the Ebola response in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and who could speak about the importance of community engagement, well-being, and culture in contact tracing.
Note: This opportunity is closed for now as the organizers have received interest from a sufficient number of volunteers. Should it reopen, we will make an announcement and re-list the contact information on this page.