David Page

MS, NREMT-P

Editor-in-Chief of EMS Reference

David I. Page, MS, NRP, is the director of the Prehospital Care Research Forum at UCLA. He has over thirty years of experience in Emergency Medical Services and continues to work as a field paramedic for Allina Health EMS. Mr. Page is on the national faculty for the National Association of EMS Educator Instructor course, state faculty for Prehospital Trauma Life Support and a site visitor for the Committee on Accreditation of EMS Programs. Mr. Page serves on several national committees and projects at the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians and National Association of EMS Educators.

Mr. Page helped create of the associate and bachelor degrees in Emergency Health Services with the University of Minnesota and served as tenured faculty for 24 years at Inver Hills Community College. He has also served as a member of the Abbott Northwestern Hospital Hypothermia Research and care steering committee; and the Chest Pain Accreditation and ongoing review committee.

He is also a published EMS researcher, author and speaker. He authors the Research Review column for the Journal of Emergency Medical Services, is a co-author for the first edition of ‘The Paramedic’ textbook, and has authored chapters for several EMS textbooks.

In 2014 Mr. Page won the best educational research award at the National Association of EMS Educators symposium. In 2011, he was named Minnesota Colleges and Universities Educator of the Year. In 2013, he was named an EMS 10: Innovator in EMS by JEMS and Physio-Control Inc., and in 2006 was named an Emerging Leader by EMS Magazine. In 2005 Mr. Page won the best professional research award from the National Association of EMS Physicians where he continues to be a member and contributor.

Professional Organizations: National Association of EMS Physicians, National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians, National Association of EMS Educators, Committee on Accreditation of EMS Programs, International Paramedic, and the International Police Mountain Bike Association.

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