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Thursday, April 2, 2020  

Question of the WeekPublished 4/2/2007

Years ago almost all nurses were easily identifiable by standardized uniforms, usually white, according to The Center for Nursing Advocacy.

However, a growing number of hospitals across the country are tightening their wardrobe policy for some employees, including the entire nursing staff, nursing assistants and unit secretaries. Some hospitals are mandating new dress codes to make nurses more identifiable by wearing solid color uniforms such as sage, navy or white. Other facilities have required employees to go through particular retailers to meet specific uniform requirements, limiting employee choice, setting deadlines, and decreasing the opportunity for nurses to shop around for the best bargain.

Denver’s Nursing Star would like to know your thoughts on this subject. Please email your response, along with your name, nursing credentials, city, and contact information to news@denversnursingstar.com or fax it to 720-283-2198. If you have a question you would like to pose to our readers in a future issue, email or give us a call at 720-283-2209

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