Issues Update: Nurses' Addictions
Susan Trossman RN

AJN, American Journal of Nursing
September 2003 
Volume 103  Number 9
Pages 27 - 28
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SUMMARY: For 15 years, nurse Alice Green had a spotless performance record. During the past few months, colleagues have noticed that the formerly well-tempered nurse is easily angered, and patients under Ms. Green’s care have been complaining of inadequate pain relief. Her colleagues, suspecting she is diverting pain medications for personal use, decide to take action

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