hi guys !!
well im just new here and a 3rd yr
nursing student from phils and im wondering if all nursing constitutions in other countries implement this kind of rule the rule is clean hair cut well i have some problem dealing with that you know im in a democratic country but i cant' express myself. well i have no choice but to abide the rules of the school
and ethics of nursing practice here in phils. im just curious guys ! tnx for the advance comments
Aug 8, '07
Gee, I wish I had HAIR so that I can worry about things like a regulation haircut for the next couple of years...Actually, this whine has a point, the point is, whatever the program wants, go with the flow, if not then find a program that will let you do what you want. If not possible, then decide whether your freedom of expression is worth more to you than getting that nursing license.
As for the tattoo, I've never heard of a program that will not allow you to have one. You're doing your best to cover it up as much as possible. Sometimes the overall impression will override any small detail, however there are some teachers and patients that can be stuck on small details, like being a male student nurse.
Last edit by fragino on Aug 8, '07
Sep 10, '07
I was away from school this summer and I got a Mohawk and it was "highly advisable that I get rid of it" I'll leave that battle up to the 20 somethings but I figured that since our school survival rate is less than 50% why not wear a mohawk since it was meant to be worn into war.
Last edit by grahajas on Sep 12, '07