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Re/entry: a guide for nurses dealing with substance use disorder

Re/entry: a guide for nurses dealing with substance use disorder

Crowley, Karolyn, 1955- author; Morgan, Carrie, 1957- author

This book is a must-have personal recovery compass for nurses traveling from addiction to professional reentry. Authors Karolyn Crowley and Carrie Morgan take nurses step by step through challenges, including licensing, legal, and monitoring issues; shame and loss of professional standing; triggers; and workplace stressors. Crowley and Morgan provide nurses with the knowledge, tools, and courage to overcome their disorder and successfully reenter the nursing profession

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Published Indianapolis, IN : Sigma Theta Tau International 2014
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Statement of responsibility: Karolyn Crowley, Carrie Morgan
ISBN: 1299963080, 1938835166, 1938835174, 1938835182, 9781299963085, 9781938835155, 9781938835162, 9781938835179, 9781938835186
Note: Print version record.
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 255 pages)
Subject: HEALTH & FITNESS Reference.; Nurses psychology.; MEDICAL Family & General Practice.; MEDICAL Atlases.; Rehabilitation psychology.; HEALTH & FITNESS Holism.; Substance abuse Nurses.; MEDICAL Osteopathy.; Substance-Related Disorders rehabilitation.; MEDICAL Holistic Medicine.; Nursing ethics.; MEDICAL Essays.; Substance abuse.; Nursing standards.; Return to Work psychology.; MEDICAL Alternative Medicine.
Alternative Title: Guide for nurses dealing with substance use disorder
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Contents

  1. The bottom dropped out
  2. Overview of addiction and recovery : setting the stage
  3. Getting back to work
  4. Treatment options
  5. Recovery : getting it and keeping it
  6. Reentry and the return home
  7. Careers and change
  8. For coworkers, managers, and monitors
  9. Principled leadership and the imperative of organizational civility
  10. Summing it up.