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3.14 - Clinic Dress Code – Radiation Therapy

Uniform attire requires: a white lab coat with the departmental patch sewn on the left sleeve or left breast pocket; department designated wine-colored scrubs that are hemmed to the top of the shoe and are neatly pressed; a solid white, form-fitting, short or long-sleeve T-shirt worn under the scrub top; white socks, and all white leather athletic shoes (no colored shoelaces or markings and no high-top styles).  

Alternate uniform attire requires: A lab coat does not have to be worn if the following conditions are met:  Wine-colored scrubs as outlined above with the departmental patch sewn on the left sleeve or left breast pocket.  Scrub tops designed to be tucked in must be tucked in at all times.  Scrub pants and top combinations must not show the student’s bare skin when he/she is bending over or performing common tasks at clinic.

Optional Uniform Attire:

A long-sleeved wine-colored scrub jacket with the patch sewn on the left sleeve may be worn in clinics that allow long-sleeve jackets.  The jacket style is designated by the Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences.   The optional scrub jacket does not replace the need to wear a designated short sleeve scrub top, nor is it a substitute for the white lab coat which may be required to be worn by the clinic sites.  A long sleeve, form fitting white t-shirt may be worn under the approved wine-colored scrub top (with departmental patch) in clinics that permit it.  

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