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Dress Code in Clinical/ Educational Settings


Students’ formal coats in clinical settings should be white, clean, tidy appearance, feeling comfortable, long, buttoned and display the SHMU logo.


Female students should wear scarves covering the entire hair.


Students should wear appropriate socks and avoid appearing in the clinical/ educational settings without wearing socks.


Shoes should be comfortable, clean, and have a mild and proper color.


Slippers are not allowed in clinical / educational settings.


Tight pants and white coats with improper colors should be avoided.


Avoid wearing T-shirts, and sport suits which display improper words and images.


Students are required to carry a valid photo ID in clinical settings all the time which includes the initial letter of their first and last name, title, school, and field.


Avoid jewelries including bracelets, necklaces, bangles, gold rings (this does not include wedding rings), as well as sharp or allergy-causing perfumes.


Keep your nails short, clean and without nail polish. Due to the increased risk of infection and the possibility of hurting patients, long or artificial nails are forbidden.


Male students should wear simple and common clothes including proper shirt and pants and female students ought to wear comfortable and proper manteau and pants in educational settings.


Students should not wear tight, body-hugging manteau, pants and shirt with uncommon size and color. Manteau and shirts should be buttoned all the time in educational settings.




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