The tattooed doctor

Contemporary applications to medical school have a focus on diversity and equality, in pursuit of a distal shift in the perception of medical professionals being upper class, privileged, white males. Tattoos are one method of self expression that help shift stereotypes. So what do medical students think about doctors with tattoos and do they differ from those of the staff who teach them? Kevin McConville and Ben Callaghan explore this and present their findings in their poster (click link below to read it)


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