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1. Give at least three examples of why a nurse might abuse drugs or alcohol.
2. Discuss how substance tolerance affects the addicted individual’s drug behavior.
3. Explain how knowledge of the benefits of medications can become part of the addiction process.
4. Describe the role of a sense of entitlement in becoming chemically dependent.
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Anatomy: The Integumentary System
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