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Should nurses wear uniforms?

Sister Jean 2011/09/05 16:38:43
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  • Rebecca Hurst 2012/01/17 17:42:40
  • Sister ... Rebecca... 2012/01/17 17:51:31
    Sister Jean
    not here
  • Brandi Angela 2011/09/22 17:31:53
    no
    Brandi Angela
    +1
    I don't think their should be a universal dress code, but they should have to wear scrubs. I like the cute ones some nurses have, lets them be individuals instead of just another nurse.
  • disclaimer 2011/09/06 05:36:24
    yes
    disclaimer
    +1
    Not a uniform, per se, but scrubs. A different color than the surgeons wear. It's professional.
  • highdesertgemini 2011/09/06 05:23:34
    yes
    highdesertgemini
    +1
    They should be comfortable, they should be identifiable, and they don't have to be "uniform", but nurses should wear uniforms while they are on duty.
  • wildcat 2011/09/06 02:58:36
    yes
    wildcat
    +1
    At least scrubs, so one knows who enters the hospital room. Nurses in a doctors office probably would not find it necessary. Our school nurse doesn't wear a uniform and we all know Nurse Nancy.
  • bud man (oYo) 2011/09/06 00:12:02
    yes
    bud man (oYo)
    +1
    oh yes !!!
    sexy nurse
    I KNOW ... DOGHOUSE I'M GOING !!!
  • FencerCat 2011/09/05 23:46:51
    no
    FencerCat
    +1
    As a health care professional myself, I would say no, especially if it's some sort of dress. Health care professionals have to get into all sorts of positions, and frankly, dresses are outdated and inappropriate in a healthcare workplace.
  • KinnUzumaki 2011/09/05 22:59:44
    yes
    KinnUzumaki
  • Gordon 2011/09/05 22:48:17
    yes
    Gordon
    That way we will know who they are as they chat away in the hospital corridors while the patients have had to soil their shorts after paging nurses for 30 minutes. You think I'm kidding?
  • Sister ... Gordon 2011/09/05 23:43:56
    Sister Jean
    +1
    I have been well taken care I was in hospital for 2 months HOW long were you a patient? care hospital 2 patient duh
  • Gordon Sister ... 2011/09/06 14:20:21
    Gordon
    One week for me, and 10 days for my wife. She amost died with our first son. The nurses were terrible and lazy.
  • Fresno State Fan CB-05 2011/09/05 21:33:15
    yes
    Fresno State Fan CB-05
    +1
    There's a certain comfort in seeing that uniform. So I'd say yes.

    comfort uniform RN uniform
  • Sister ... Fresno ... 2011/09/05 21:34:59
  • Thrasher 2011/09/05 21:24:50
    yes
    Thrasher
    +2
    Hell yeah

    yeah

    God bless democracy
  • Mocha_Cupcake 2011/09/05 19:45:08
    yes
    Mocha_Cupcake
    +1
    yes definatly it makes them easy to spot
  • Saint Paul the Decider 2011/09/05 19:23:52
    Undecided
    Saint Paul the Decider
    +1
    Could be optional -perhaps when on" duty" look at the fuss made over Muslims and their garb- know them first and foremost by their deeds and character,the cloths don't make the saints the saints make the cloths in ALL faiths

    garb- foremost deeds characterthe cloths saints saints cloths faiths full Hijab garb- foremost deeds characterthe cloths saints saints cloths faiths nuns habit
  • Cierra 2011/09/05 18:06:13
    yes
    Cierra
    +1
    They've been wearing uniforms all this time. Why change it now, and plus we need to know who the nurse is because if he or she isn't wearing a uniform, then we won't know who that person is and we'll just consider them a regular person who is not trained in the medical services.
  • Sister ... Cierra 2011/09/05 18:13:51
    Sister Jean
    not where I live NO uniforms
  • Cierra Sister ... 2011/09/06 20:49:20
    Cierra
    +1
    wow. lol
  • Pamu 2011/09/05 18:04:37
    yes
    Pamu
    must do so.
  • Nick~believe ^MOTOOP^ 2011/09/05 17:47:51
    Undecided
    Nick~believe ^MOTOOP^
    +1
    I think it depends on the situation. In hospitals, they mainly wear scrubs. Private nurses often wear scrub tops. Many other health workers don't have any distinguishing uniform. I think the old-fashioned white dress and cap are a bit inappropriate given the sorts of duties most nurses must perform.
  • Mike 2011/09/05 17:39:54
    yes
    Mike
    +1
    Isn't more, about whats in a uniform, rather then the uniform. Just the same, the uniform gives you some idea, to whats in it.....
  • Kat 2011/09/05 17:31:38
    yes
    Kat
    +1
    Their uniform, shows who they are, but also is kind of like, something they have worked hard to earn the right to wear. My gran was a nurse during the war, and she was proud of her uniform, because of the hard work she did when training.
  • ★misfit★ 2011/09/05 17:02:01
    yes
    ★misfit★
    +1
    I think healthcare providers should wear uniforms because it makes them identifiable and reassures patients that they are clean.
  • Sister ... ★misfit★ 2011/09/05 17:02:34
  • Boris Badinov 2011/09/05 16:59:42
    yes
    Boris Badinov
    +1
    I want to recognize who is doing / writing medical things about me.
  • Sister ... Boris B... 2011/09/05 17:01:11
    Sister Jean
    +2
    me too Feb when I was in hospital one nurse all in red,even her shoes
  • Wrinkleranch 2011/09/05 16:49:54
    yes
    Wrinkleranch
    +1
    In hospitals it helps you to know who is who and also there is the cleanliness aspect. Public health nurses I'm am undecided on.
  • Sister ... Wrinkle... 2011/09/05 16:54:50
    Sister Jean
    agree
  • alex 2011/09/05 16:47:14
    yes
    alex
    +1
    Im sorry, but that's a really stupid question :-/
  • Sister ... alex 2011/09/05 16:47:58
    Sister Jean
    and a rude answer nurses don't wear them here
  • alex Sister ... 2011/09/06 01:35:20
    alex
    I wasn't saying the question asker was, just that the question even needs to be asked
  • Aspect of B 2011/09/05 16:42:35
    yes
    Aspect of B
    +1
    How else would people know they're nurses?
  • Sister ... Aspect ... 2011/09/05 16:44:02
    Sister Jean
    most don't here
  • Aspect ... Sister ... 2011/09/05 16:50:36
    Aspect of B
    You mean, on Sodahead? I was kinda talking about in a real hospital or something.
  • Sister ... Aspect ... 2011/09/05 16:59:22
    Sister Jean
    I meant at work
  • Aspect ... Sister ... 2011/09/05 17:07:44
    Aspect of B
    +1
    Then I think they should; if they're just walking around with normal clothing they'd never be recognized, especially by someone who needs them.
  • TasselLady 2011/09/05 16:42:22
    yes
    TasselLady
    +1
    It's more professional.
  • Sister ... TasselLady 2011/09/05 16:44:10

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