From Supply Chain Brain: “Dr. Paul S. Auerbach is no stranger to human suffering. As professor of surgery at Stanford University’s Division of Emergency Medicine, he’s seen more than his share of crises. But he wasn’t entirely prepared for the devastation from the 7.0 earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12 of this year.
Auerbach was part of an eight-person medical team from Stanford, working under the auspices of the International Medical Corps, that responded within hours of the disaster. The group’s mission was reach to Haiti as quickly as possible, then do whatever it could to treat the wounded and the dying.” The Haiti Quake: Supply Chain as a Matter of Life or Death