Clinical Senior Lecturer, The University of Queensland

Dr Joseph Ting is an emergency, prehospital and aeromedical physician as well as adjunct associate professor for clinical research methods and prehospital care at Queensland University of Technology’s School of Public Health and Social Work and Clinical Senior Lecturer in the Division of Anaesthesiology and Critical Care UQ. He is the coauthor of several publications on ambulance use and is a member of the Emergency Health Services Qld Group.

Joseph is a Senior Staff Specialist in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Mater Health Services (Adult and Children’s). He is also employed as a Retrieval and Consultant by Careflight Medical Services. He holds post-graduate research qualifications from the University of London (clinical trials, biostatistics, peer review, critical appraisal, observational/qualitative studies and epidemiology). Dr Ting has been a senior Top 50 reviewer for Ann Emerg Med since 2006 and is an Expert Reviewer for Cochrane Collaboration Acute Injuries Group. He was the recipient of the Frank Garlick Research Fellowship in 2009. He is the author of several well cited papers on clinical trials in croup and corneal trauma, prehospital services research, prehospital registry and health services systems research, toxinology and other research of varied methods. Dr Ting has appointments as tutor for the M Sc programme at the University of London.

Dr Ting is a member ACEM’s Scientific Committee.

Experience

  • 2001–present
    Staff Specialist; Retrieval and Clinical Coordination Consultant , Department of Emergency Medicine, Mater Health Services; Careflight Medical Services

Education

  • 2010 
    University of London, M Sc