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I looked at the uniform policy at UWE and basically stretched ears aren't allowed for nursing. I want to go into mental health nursing. Is there anyway I can get around this?
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I looked at the uniform policy at UWE and basically stretched ears aren't allowed for nursing. I want to go into mental health nursing. Is there anyway I can get around this?
Un-stretch them.
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You can get those plugs for stretched ears, maybe buy some of those?


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Un-stretch them.
No need to be cynical. Of course I would unstretch if there were no ways to try and get around it
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I looked at the uniform policy at UWE and basically stretched ears aren't allowed for nursing. I want to go into mental health nursing. Is there anyway I can get around this?
Surgical correction/plastic surgery is the only way to physically resolve the issue. You'd probably have to pay to get the work done privately.

Someone on my undergrad degree applied to the RAF and was accepted on the condition that he had his ear stretching surgically reversed. The ears had to be fully healed and the work signed off by a forces medic, before he could start.

If you want to double-check, contacting UWE direct is the only way to be certain.
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