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Dressing like a nurse--what's the evidence for uniforms? Do nurses really need uniforms? There's plenty of debate on the issue.(PROFESSIONAL FOCUS): An article from: Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand [HTML] [Digital]

Dressing like a nurse--what's the evidence for uniforms? Do nurses really need uniforms? There's plenty of debate on the issue.(PROFESSIONAL FOCUS): An article from: Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand [HTML] [Digital]

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Do nurses need uniforms? What's the evidence for their use? Do they contribute to spreading infection? Questions about uniforms arose during discussions with members on the upcoming NZNO/district health board multi-employer collective agreement negotiations. I undertook a literature review on uniforms and this article summarises some of the current debate.

In England, uniforms have been a matter of recent public discussion, with media reports suggesting health workers may contribute to the spread of infection by wearing uniforms in public places and home laundering. In response, the Department of Health commissioned a literature review on these issues, along with the "importance of uniforms in framing patient and public perceptions of health care professionals". (1)

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Do nurses need uniforms? What's the evidence for their use? Do they contribute to spreading infection? Questions about uniforms arose during discussions with members on the upcoming NZNO/district health board multi-employer collective agreement negotiations. I undertook a literature review on uniforms and this article summarises some of the current debate.

In England, uniforms have been a matter of recent public discussion, with media reports suggesting health workers may contribute to the spread of infection by wearing uniforms in public places and home laundering. In response, the Department of Health commissioned a literature review on these issues, along with the "importance of uniforms in framing patient and public perceptions of health care professionals". (1)

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