Members who took part in the event were all for keeping uniform (with exceptions as necessary), but thought England needed a national uniform to keep in step with its sister countries, or even that there should be UK wide standardisation.
While the nostalgia of uniforms past proved fun to indulge in briefly, it was agreed that no one was eager to return to the impracticalities they presented. A new uniform should be smarter, practical and easily identified by patients and their families.
The key design points were:
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