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Other Resources

  • Crowley K, Morgan C. Re/entry: A Guide for Nurses Dealing With Substance Use Disorder. Indianapolis, IN: Sigma Theta Tau International; 2013.
  • Fowler M. Guide to the Code of Ethics for Nurses with Interpretive Statements: Develop- ment, Interpretation, and Application. 2nd ed. Silver Spring, MD: American Nurses Association; 2015.
  • Monroe, T., Kenaga, H., Dietrich, M., Carter, M. and Cowan, R. (2013). The Prevalence of Employed Nurses Identified or Enrolled in Substance Use Monitoring Programs. Nursing Research. 62:1, 10-15.
  • Monroe TB, Pearson F. Treating nurses and student nurses with chemical dependency: revising policy in the United States for the 21st century. Int J Ment Health Addiction. 2009;7(4):530-40.
  • Moos, R. and Moos, B. (2006). Participation in treatment and alcoholics anonymous: a 16-year follow-up of initially untreated individuals. J Clin Pscyhol. 62(6): 735-750.
  • O’Neill, C. & Cadiz, D.M. (2014). Worksite monitors protect patients from unsafe nursing practices. Journal of Nursing Regulation, Vol 5, No. 2, pp. 16–24.
  • Smith LL, LaGodna GE. Recovery Maintenance Workbook for Nurses. 2nd ed. Jacksonville Beach, FL: Linda L. Smith & Associ- ates; 2010.
  • Snow, D. and Hughes, T. (2003). Prevalence of Alcohol and Other Drug Use and Abuse Among Nurses. J of Addictions Nursing; 14:3, 165-167.
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). SAMSHA’s Working Definition of Recovery: Ten Guiding Principles of Recovery. 2012.
  • White, W. (2006). Sponsor, Recovery Coach, Addiction Counselor: The Importance of Role Clarity and Role Integrity. Philadelphia, PA: Philadelphia Department of Behavioral Health and Mental Retardation Services.