A registered nurse (RN) suspects that a licensed practical/vocational nurse (LPN/VN) on the unit is using controlled substances. The LPN/VN is often late, recently appears unkempt, frequently nervous, and is often behind in client care duties. According to the ANA Code of Ethics for Nurses, what should the RN do to address her concerns? Select all that apply.

Talk compassionately to the LPN/VN and discuss the RN’s concerns and observations.
Report the behaviors to the unit manager for further investigation.
Continue to document the behaviors, but wait until something happens to report.
Discuss the RN’s concerns with another nurse on the unit to see what they think.
Do nothing as the RN does not have proof of controlled substance abuse.