David Line Denali

My introduction to public health was to run a youth oriented search and rescue team for youth at risk for the Arizona Supreme Court for 20 years.  With my experience running a volunteer team and providing incident command services for the New Mexico State Police, I was asked to be the Public Health Emergency Preparedness Division Manager at the county level.  With my interest in environmental issues, policy, and financial management expanding into other public health areas was a natural fit.  Currently I am working on Healthy People 2030 objectives and targets associated with water conservation in the United States.

Education

PhD, Health Physical Education, and Recreation

University of New Mexico

2004

MPH

University of New England

2009

MSW

State University of New York, Albany

1990

Expertise

Environmental Health

Policy

emergency preparedness

Finance

Research

Current Research

Current research includes dolphin assisted therapy (data gathering phase), water quantity and public health planning (writing of manuscript), evaluation of online education (manuscripts submitted), and injury rates at 24 Hour mountain bike events (analyzing data).

Research Interests

Water Access and Public Health, Injury Rates at Athletic Events, Online Education, Behavioral Health

David Line Denali

David Line Denali

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PhD, MPH, MSW

Off Campus

dlinedenali@une.edu

(928) 339-4465

Teaching Online