In the October 16 issue of the New York Times Magazine, Robert Stock has written a marvelous article about Sue Baker and her work. If this captivating photo is not enough to encourage you to seek it out, nothing will. The piece is long, beautifully written, and so detailed it could serve as a history of the development of injury prevention in North America beginning in 1960. The caption says it all: “Susan Baker has saved thousands of lives in her career by starting with a simple question: What is killing us? The title of the piece is The Dead Don’t Lie. The link that follows however has a much more intriguing title — Lessons from the Morgue.
Either way, do check it out. You will learn how to make a difference if you were to follow her fantastic example!