Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Dress code

Clinical attachments have begun and the dress code has been revealed. In this case, somewhat tersely by a busy surgeon in a short introductory speech.

It looks like it's back to a suit and tie, which is fine with me because I can dig out the old bags of fruit from the wardrobe (assuming that the moths haven't got to them) and my most vomit-resistant tie.

I'm a bit surprised that ties are required what with infection control and all; perhaps this chap is just a bit old school. To be honest, it's good to get a bit of straightforward guidance on this given that woolly advice has caused problems before, specifically with leather loafers three years ago (good to see that medical students remain ahead of the fashion police on this one).

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