Standardised uniform: who will wear it and when?
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Standardised uniform: who will wear it and when?

Charlotte Goddard Health writer

NHS staff in England are expected to have uniform options to reflect cultural diversity

Nurses in Scotland and Wales have worn a standard uniform since 2010, and counterparts in Northern Ireland have done so since 2011. In England, individual organisations have been able to choose their own uniform designs and colours, resulting in a vast array of different styles, materials and branding.

Nursing Management. 29, 1, 10-11. doi: 10.7748/nm.29.1.10.s4

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