showing cleavage at clinical - page 3

we just finished our psych rotation. We were asked not to wear uniforms, but instead to dress in "street clothes" with a professional appearance. More than once, 1 or 2 female students showed up to... Read More

  1. by   jov
    Quote from psyck
    Do they have very large breasts were their cleavage line starts high up on their chests?
    I don't care how big their chest is. You can always cover your cleavage if you want to.
    Last edit by VivaLasViejas on Oct 15, '06
  2. by   Marie_LPN, RN
    Hospital policy states "attire for staff and students should cover the wearer appropriately" and then goes into detail about no undergarments hanging out, and no low-cut shirts.
    Last edit by Marie_LPN, RN on Oct 15, '06
  3. by   Marie_LPN, RN
    I swear, I don't know what it is about dressing appropriately that's so tough to understand.
    I don't either. I remember the days when underwear used to be under the clothes.

    Whatever happened to leaving something for the imagination?
  4. by   slou!
    I agree, it has nothing to do with being young! I am 18 and would never think of dressing like that to a clinical! I wouldn't know this because I am a pre-nursing student, but don't they go over dress codes in clinicals? If so, there is no excuses. I mean if you want to wear fashionable clothes out, go for it! I have to admit I don't dress completely "professional" all the time (who does?!), but when I go to work/classes (I am a pre-nursing student so no clinicals yet for me!) I wouldn't think of dressing unprofessional..
  5. by   Rosa2Little
    Quote from firstyearstudent
    I guess it is appropriate attire if you are looking to "hook up" with an alcoholic, HIV+, bipolar guy whose last known address was the psych ward. Hey, who am I to judge, everyone needs love!

    Okay.... it would be totally inappropriate to say that out loud, but admittedly, I just about fell outta my seat laughing! :roll :roll :roll :roll
  6. by   SICUinTraining
    How do you define "cleavage"? You know, there are also different types of cleavage, too. Would they succumb to the pen test, or do their shirts just not cover enough?

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