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Attitudes toward nurses discussing sexual concerns with clients were examined in 73 healthy subjects using Section A of the Sexual Adjustment Questionnaire The variables of age, sex, race, occupation, educational level, marital status, importance of sexual activity, frequency of discussing sexual relationship with partner, and number of others with whom sexual concerns are discussed were examined to determine influence on subject's attitudes Ninety-two per cent of subjects thought that nurses should discuss sexual concerns with clients Weighted least squares analysis showed that only two variables (number of others with whom sexual concerns are discussed and race) were significant predictors of attitudes