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Re: Hospital Dress Codes
Eddie #31142 03/06/08 2:52 PM
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Ahh.
How does all this tie or no tie.
Short sleeves or not.
Suit or not.
fit in with the Bare below the elbows campaign?
Weve been told no ties, no sleeves below the elbows in any clinical envoirenment. And no watches / rings etc (single wedding band accepted)

Re: Hospital Dress Codes
KM #31143 03/06/08 3:19 PM
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Where pretty much the same Karl, we have the option to wear scrubs which most of us do! Oh and the occasional flippers when entering the renal workshop!

Ed

Re: Hospital Dress Codes
Eddie #31149 03/06/08 9:08 PM
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Has anybody's dress code policy actually been updated since the Bare below the elbows campaign came in?

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Chris Watts #31151 04/06/08 6:47 AM
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Yes ours

Re: Hospital Dress Codes
KM #31158 04/06/08 8:31 AM
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I find short sleeves better anyway, when I used to have long sleeves I used to spend half the day rolling them up! Not to happy not wearing a watch though....how do i know when Tea break is coming!!

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D.O.A #31159 04/06/08 9:07 AM
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I wonder if you can get away with wearing a watch on grounds that it effects your balance and therefore health if youve worn one for so long.
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KM #31168 04/06/08 5:37 PM
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If our new boss has anything to do with dress code we will all be back to white coats. Reasons: They get you noticed, more professional,it protects your clothes and sets you aside from ordinary joe public.


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Re: Hospital Dress Codes
Joe Benzini #31170 04/06/08 9:19 PM
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It sounds like I am "ahead of the curve" after all! I haven't worn a watch (or any unnecessary nonsense like rings etc.) for more years than I care to remember. Why would anyone need to? (... the watch kept stopping, and the ring caught - painfully - on stuff when my hands were groping around inside bits of kit). And, as for for long sleeves, and ties ... well, don't even ask!

Sorry Joe, but it sounds like you've got problems there, Mate. Do you need me to visit to do a bit of mentoring before things get too far out of hand? If you must wear lab coats, I would go for blue. We are not clinical staff, and it is misleading (unethical?) to suggest otherwise. Unprofessional, in fact. smile


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Re: Hospital Dress Codes
Geoff Hannis #31172 05/06/08 6:38 AM
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ninjaYou lot are lucky - try wearing this gear and repairing medical equipment!

Re: Hospital Dress Codes
Darth Welder #31173 05/06/08 6:57 AM
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"Been there, done that" Darth ... and got the medal to prove it! smile

Last edited by Geoff Hannis; 05/06/08 7:06 AM. Reason: Mente et Manu

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