Doctor’s Apron

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“The white coat has served as the pre-eminent symbol of physicians for over 100 years. A child’s earliest memory of a doctor is the person in the white coat. Patients expect to be treated in doctors’ offices, hospitals and clinics by an individual wearing white. The white coats doctors wear started with Dr. Arnold P. Gold, who used the coats to welcome new doctors into the fold. Prior to the introduction of white coats for doctors, they were in black clothing. Seventy-two per cent of all hospital doctors and medical students wear white coats and most wear them greater than 75% of the time. White coats are worn chiefly for easy recognition by colleagues and patients. This is also to show the cleanliness and psychologically to assert they are off from germs and are hygiene. Psychiatrists and pediatricians try to maximize rapport with patients by deliberately not wearing white coats. They are functional. The big pockets can hold a stethoscope, ophthalmoscope, paper, pen and so on. The white coat also protects clothes from a common on-the-job hazard, flying bodily fluids. When it is pure white, it means life and a little spot or a stain would be immediately noticeable. So it is also a symbol of purity. White is also a symbol of knowledge, authority and confidence. It’s simple to change if soiled, and easy enough to launder. Beyond the practical, what doctors wear is loaded with symbolism. Clothing influences how we are perceived and how we perceive ourselves. The white coat screams out “official,” “brainy” and “in charge.” White is the colour of hope and the white coat the symbol of the healer. White-coat-wearing improves all aspects of the patient-doctor interaction, and that when doctors wear white coats they seem more hygienic, professional, authoritative and scientific, competent, knowledgeable and approachable. A greater the positive effect is associated with wearing a white coat. Patients feel more confident and better able to communicate with doctors who wore white coats. The recognition, symbolism and formality afforded by a white coat may enhance communication and facilitate the doctor-patient relationship.