One thing they have in common is ATSU Alumnus Dr. J.D. Polk. This session was given as part of a training exercise in advanced disaster preparedness but it is absolutely fascinating from a variety of perspectives. If you can’t watch the whole video, then we highly recommend at least perusing it. Here are some time stamps to key sections.
- 6:50 – Black Swan Events and White Swan Events – Why Clinicians need to expand perspectives from whole patients to whole community thinking.
- 12:00 – Part 1 – Overview of Homeland Security. Perspectives to Pandemics and Community Health
- 28:24 – Part 2 – Case Study in Disaster Response: The Chilean Mine Accident