Differences in Physician, Engineer, and Life Scientist Training, Practice, Problem Solving, and Approach to Failure

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Daniel Buckland

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine

Dr. Buckland is an Attending Physician at Duke University Hospital Emergency Department. He is the Director of the Duke Acute Care Technology Lab where he leads research in developing technology for the diagnosis and treatment of acute disease in data science and robotics projects by managing collaborative research projects between clinicians and engineers. His work at involves studying how advancements in autonomy impact safety critical systems, including the healthcare system. As part of his focus on autonomy, he is the Medical Director of the the Laboratory for Transformational Administration (LTA) an Operational Data Science group in the Duke Department of Surgery.
In addition, Dr. Buckland is the Deputy Chair of the Human System Risk Board of the Office of the Chief Health and Medical Officer via an Intergovernmental Personnel Act agreement with NASA, where he determines the human system risk of spaceflight and how standards, countermeasures, and mission design can mitigate risk.


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