I know this has been covered in prior posts, but I wanted to bring up the topic once more. A resident in my program has been put on leave for an addiction to Fentanyl. This person was upfront with our PD about it (i.e. wasn't caught in the act), admitted there was a problem, requested help, and as of now less than a handful of peeps in our program know about this. My question is, how would you folks recommend handling this within the program with regards to letting people know why the extra call shifts need to be taken, and generally explaining where this resident is now in a politically correct manner? How could this be done in a tactful way which could potentially allow this resident a supportive and hospitable environment to work in should they be allowed to come back after treatment? Or should they even be allowed back?? I have some thoughts of my own on all this, but I just wanted a few opinions on the matter to see what other people think, as well as to see if perhaps anyone else has found themself in a similar position. Thanks.