Allison G. S. Knox

    Emergency and Disaster Management Contributor

    Specialties

    • Emergency Medical Services
    • Emergency Management
    • Homeland Security
    • Policy
    • Politics
    • International Relations
    • American Government.

    About Allison G. S. Knox

    An emergency medical technician and a political scientist, Allison focuses on Emergency Management and Emergency Medical Services policy. Allison has taught at the undergraduate level since 2010. Prior to teaching, Allison worked in a level-one trauma center emergency department and for a member of congress in Washington, D.C. She holds four Master’s degrees in Emergency Management, National Security Studies, International Relations, History, a Graduate Certificate in Homeland Security and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. She is trained in water safety instruction and large animal emergency rescue. She serves on the Board of Trustees for Pi Gamma Mu International Honor Society and also serves as the Advocacy Coordinator of Virginia for the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians.

    Published Works

    Community Resiliency: Building Bridges Between Scholarship and Emergency Management. (July, 2014)
    IAEM Bulletin
    Legislative Cycles and the Constant Need to Fix Emergency Management, (March, 2014)
    IAEM Bulletin
    Emergency Management Policy Initiatives: A Delicate Balance of What’s Important, (January, 2014)
    IAEM Bulletin
    Scholars and the Emergency Management Budget, (June, 2013)
    IAEM Bulletin
    Emergency Managers, Local Government and the Alteration of Communication Patterns, (November, 2012)
    IAEM Bulletin
    Emergency Education: Enthusiasm and Prevention, (September, 2012)
    IAEM Bulletin
    Knowledge Gaps: A Fundamental Concern for Emergency Management, (May, 2012)
    IAEM Bulletin
    Climate Change and Emergency Preparedness, (March, 2012)
    IAEM Bulletin

    Conferences to Consider

    American Political Science Association

    EMS Today

    Hurricane Conference

    IAEM Conference

    Articles By Allison G. S. Knox