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In the Public Interest: Medical Licensing and the Disciplinary Process

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How do we know when physicians practice medicine safely? Can we trust doctors to discipline their own? What is a proper role of experts in a democracy? In the Public Interest raises these provocative questions, using medical licensing and discipline to advocate for a needed overhaul of how we decide public good in a society dominated by private interest groups. Throughout ...more
Hardcover, 268 pages
Published December 28th 2012 by Rutgers University Press (first published January 1st 2012)
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How do we know when physicians practice medicine safely? Can we trust doctors to discipline their own? What is the proper role of experts in a democracy? In the Public Interest raises these provocative questions, using medical licensing and discipline to advocate for a needed overhaul of how we decide public good in a society dominated by private interest groups.
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