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Colour Blindness and QARANC

#1
Quick question - sorry, I know there are lots of posts on this but I can't find any with reference to nurses:

I'm a student nurse and thinking of joining the QA. I am also red-green colour blind. I know this restricts applications in other trades, but is it a problem for nurses?

Thanks.
 
#4
also you said that you friend ad to fight like md to get accepted, how leaneant are they on the cp levels? i am CP 4, with deutonropia (spelt worng but i cant spell it ) its basically red and green. for rmp you need CP3, i got rejected becaus eof this last year, is there any appeal you can go through, and how likely is i to be successful? cheers
 
#7
robbo9 said:
also you said that you friend ad to fight like md to get accepted, how leaneant are they on the cp levels? i am CP 4, with deutonropia (spelt worng but i cant spell it ) its basically red and green. for rmp you need CP3, i got rejected becaus eof this last year, is there any appeal you can go through, and how likely is i to be successful? cheers
Having read your post I think you would indeed be snapped up by the RMP, you seem to harbour a natural talent for clear and unambiguous writing. I can almost imagine the statements that would flow from your pen clear of prose, heady with description and embellished with bollix. Good luck in your quest.
McV
 
#8
Sobonty,

According to the PULHHEEMS administrative pamphlet you minimum CP is 4. If they get funny about it refer them to tables 1 and 2 of the aforementioned document.
 

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