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1. Compare and contrast drug addiction between male and female nurses.
2. Give three characteristics commonly found in addicted nurses.
3. Name four mythical beliefs common in addicted nurses.
4. Discuss the role of physical and psychic pain in the development of addiction.
5. Describe ways in which stress can be a factor in addiction.
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