Accident Theory - COVID and spectacular industrial mishaps. Inevitable or avoidable?
Dr. Robert Meyers explains how Accident Theory integrates errors in the complex systems that run the world.
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HPN sits down for another conversation with former CDC pandemic specialist Dr. Sonja Rasmussen to discuss the U.S. response to COVID-19 over the past six months.
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Healthcare Ready commissioned a survey that asked about American readiness for natural disasters and pandemics. HPN’s podcast with CEO Dr. Nicolette Louissaint reveals some of the highlights.
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The Trust for America’s Health looks at the nation’s public health system. Each year they publish an assessment of the soundness of our healthcare infrastructure. This year’s report was not kind. Among the topics discussed:
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Sarah Lofgren is part of a team of researchers conducting a trial of hydroxychloroquine. Working out of the University of Minnesota, the team is providing the drug to First Responders to assess the impact in preventing the onset of COVID-19 as well as the drug’s ability to mitigate the more... Read More »
Listen to a conversation with Dr. Sonja Rasmussen who spent 20 years at the CDC working on pandemics. Rasmussen’s experience with previous outbreaks provides unique insight into the challenges we face today across the country and the world. Among the topics discussed are:
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Listen to Homeland Preparedness News' discussion with Greg Burel, the former director of the Strategic National Stockpile (SNS). The SNS' massive inventory of critical medical products and drugs are essential in dispatching lifesaving supplies to the nation's emergency responders on the front lines... Read More »