"David Kingdon is very keen in acquiring new and updated knowledge and is very enthusiastic in improving the quality of Emergency Medical Services, Public Health, and Public Safety."
Service Director (Conflict and Catastrophe Medicine), NTEC, Hospital Authority
President, The Hong Kong Association for Conflict and Catastrophe Medicine
Hon. Clinical Associate Professor, AEMAU, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Hon. EMS Faculty, Department of EMS, University of Hawaii, USA
Regional Director (Hong Kong and China), AHLS International, University of Arizona, USA
Hon. Medical Advisor, Hong Kong Police College
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"Dave has the unique ability to approach a healthcare issue from both the Emergency Medical Services side and the public health side. His analytical abilities and his clinical experiences give him a very global perspective; something that is critically important in today's complex world."
EMS Chief Medical Officer
"David is someone who exhibits a strong work ethic, compassion for others, and dedication to excellence. His enthusiasm is infectious."
University of Colorado
Director, Pediatric Injury Prevention, Education and Research Program
Professor, Department of Epidemiology
Professor, Department of Community and Behavioral Health
Professor, Department of Pediatrics (Emergency Medicine)
David received his Master's degree from the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, with concentrations in health behavior, health education, and epidemiology. David's master's paper evaluating an injury prevention program by paramedics received honors and awards, and was later published in an international journal. He also received honors in the inaugural Acute Disease Surveillance & Outbreak Investigation course, taught by veterans of the Epidemiologic Intelligence Service (EIS) at the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC). David is a tenured Associate Professor of EMS with the University of Hawaii; he is a National Incident Management Systems (NIMS) trainer; and a certified instructor of several EMS, healthcare, and tactical programs. David has been active in emergency services since 1992. He continues to work as a field Paramedic with Maui County EMS, supervising the department's special response unit.
"David and I worked together as colleagues [in] the American Public Health Association Injury Control & Emergency Health Services section. He jump-started a moribund committee focused on disaster and emergency services, recruited members to it, organized calls and represented the committee, the section, and the entire organization appropriately and professionally. He was a pleasure to work with and I welcome opportunities to do so again."
Associate Center Director
Center for the Study and Prevention of Injury, Violence, and Suicide
Education Development Center (EDC), Boston
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