December 17, 1986
Vol. 06, Issue 15
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PAGE 18 - Commentary
As consumers of professional services, we usually lack the expertise to judge whether or not a practitioner’s formal preparation has adequately prepared him to deliver such services in an effective and safe fashion.
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