Risk factors for relapse in health care professionals with substance use disorders.

  title={Risk factors for relapse in health care professionals with substance use disorders.},
  author={Karen B. Domino and Thomas F. Hornbein and Nayak L. Polissar and Ginger Renner and Jilda Johnson and Scott Alberti and Lynn Hankes},
  volume={293 12},
CONTEXT Substance use disorders among physicians are important and persistent problems. Considerable debate exists over whether use of major opioids, especially among anesthesiologists, is associated with a higher relapse rate compared with alcohol and nonopioids. Moreover, the risk factors for relapse with current treatment and monitoring strategies are unknown. OBJECTIVE To test the hypothesis that chemically dependent health care professionals using a major opioid (eg, fentanyl, sufentanil… CONTINUE READING
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