Should Clinicians Have Tattoos?

November 27, 2019

Australian millennial doctor Sarah Gray has been described as "the world's most tattooed doctor." Patients, she told Medscape UK, "often say they feel I look more approachable than some of the more traditionally conservative doctors."

"Approachable" or not, some argue that tattoos are not professional and that clinicians should not be allowed to have visible body art. What do you think?


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