All systems suffer from failures, but less frequently than expected. Why is it we have so few accidents in a world that behaves so badly? Dr Richard Cook speaks to this issue and what we learn from it based on twenty-five years of research beginning with the medical field in emergency rooms, surgical theaters and application of anesthesia. His scope then expands to other complex systems in such critical and dangerous human endeavors as aviation, power generation and distribution, and military operations.
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Dr. Moira Gunn talks about your child’s brain with author and former editor-in-chief for Nature Neuroscience, Sandra Aamodt, from her new book, Welcome to Your Child’s Brain.