Doctors and Credentials: The Roots of Uncertainty
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CitationRosenberg, Charles E. 1984. Doctors and credentials: The roots of uncertainty. Transactions & studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia 5S, 6(4): 295-302.
AbstractSince 1870 the course of medical licensing in America has been complicated by a number of forces. Formal licencing and specialty certification have always followed rather than preceeded the trends they were meant to control. One notable reason for this has been the inconsistency between the profession's intellectual and institutional development.
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