EPISODE 58

Dr. Michael Lauria

Feb 1, 2020 | Podcast

Cecil Burch

Dr. Michael Lauria was a United States Air Force Pararescueman (PJ), Flight Paramedic, Government Contractor, and is now doing his residency in Emergency Medicine at New Mexico’s only trauma center. Michael talks with us about his passion for human factors and performance. We discuss checklists, cognitive tools, and training implications.

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