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Research Study of Interest: Florida's Drug Monitoring Program

Posted over 6 years ago by Jean Aertker

Hello, You are invited to participate in a University of South Florida study on prescriber's opinions of the Florida Prescription Monitoring Program (E-FORCSE). The study consists of a short survey that can be found at: https://www.research.net/s/8LZHZQ5.

Following is information on the study:

Invitation to Participate in Research Study:

Opinions of Medical Clinicians Regarding Prescription Monitoring Programs (PDMP)

Purpose & Procedures of the Research Study:

To obtain the opinions of medical clinicians regarding the use of prescription drug monitoring programs. The study will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete, will utilize an online

survey tool, all responses remain anonymous and participants can withdraw at any time by simply leaving the survey website.

Eligibility Criteria

Clinicians within the US who manage, or have the potential of managing patients on opioid/scheduled drug therapy


Participants will be given the opportunity, at no charge, to obtain 6.5 hours of CME/CEU credit by viewing an online prescription drug abuse seminar.

Survey Access:


This study is being conducted by the University of South Florida, IRB # 9509.

Please contact Study Coordinator, Catherine Jackson at cjackso3@health.usf.edu

727-385-0682, with questions, Thank you for your time!

Catherine Jackson.  University of South Florida. 727-385-0682


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