Post-Conference Materials

Programme Book - ACDPR 2018: Emerging Challenges and Opportunities Ahead

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(Prior consent has been granted by the Conference Speakers for use in the context of ACDPR 2018.)

Mr LEE Ming Kwai
Executive Director, Hong Kong Institute for Public Administration
Leadership in Disaster Management
Dr LEI Wai Seng
Clinical Director, Government of Macao Special Administrative Region – Health Bureau
A Responding Agency’s Experience during the Typhoon Hato, and Lessons Learnt
Prof Shuhei NOMURA
Assistant Professor, Department of Global Health Policy, Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo
The Chaos of the Immediate Evacuation and Health Loss in Vulnerable Populations after Japan's 2011 Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Incident
Prof. Susan M. BRIGGS
Associate Professor of Surgery Harvard Medical School
Lessons Learnt after the Boston Marathon Bombings
Dr. Heston Kwong, JP
Head, Emergency Response and Information Branch, Centre for Health Protection, Department of Health
Centre for Health Protection (CHP) Public Health Emergency Response Exercises
Dr. LI Ailan
Regional Emergency Director (RED), WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific
Managing Health Security Threats and Pandemic Preparedness: A Continuing Collective Journey
Mr. TANG Chi-ming, Adrian
Superintendent, Major Events Planning Division Major Incidents Bureau, Hong Kong Police Force
Safety of Mass Gathering and Major Events
Professor Paul Arbon
Professor, Torrens Resilience Institute, Flinders University
Planning for and Responding to Casualty Patterns associated with Mass Gatherings
Regional Disaster Risk Reduction Coordinator & Climate Change Focal Point, Disaster and Crisis Prevention, Response and Recovery Unit, IFRC Asia Pacific Regional Office
Community Engagement in Climate-Smart Disaster Risk Reduction
Mr. Leslie HO
Unit in Charge, YWCA Tai O Community Work Office
Experience Sharing on the Flooding Preparedness, Response and Recovery Actions by the NGO Community Service Team in Tai O during Typhoon Hato in August 2017
Prof. May YEUNG
Assistant Professor, Collaborating Centre for Oxford University and CUHK for Disaster and Medical Humanitarian Response (CCOUC), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Research Methodology for Disaster and Medical Humanitarian Response
Mr. Martin CADMAN
Knowledge Associate (Operational Planning and Traffic Management), Hong Kong Police College, Hong Kong Police Force
The Hong Kong Police and After Action Reviews
Ms. Heidi HUNG
Graduate Fellow, The Collaborating Centre for Oxford University and CUHK for Disaster and Medical Humanitarian Response (CCOUC), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Policy Implication of Health Impacts of Climate Change in Hong Kong - What's next?
Mr. WONG Ying-keung, Alex
Superintendent (Ambulance)
Hong Kong Fire Services Department
Frontline Case Sharing: Real Life Experience in Ambulance Operation During Major Incidents

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