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Medical Errors and the Cult of Expertise in the Age of Covid

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01/09/2021Ryan McMaken

Many healthcare professionals have happily embraced the same attitude as cops: "We're experts, don't you dare question us." But the 100,000 yearly medical-error deaths suggest this expertise ought to be questioned more often. 

Original Article: "Medical Errors and the Cult of Expertise in the Age of Covid"

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