What is the genesis of the survey?
Dr. Feldman, a practicing dermatologist and a Professor of Public Health Science at Wake Forest University School of Medicine,
devoted to enhancing patient outcomes, sought to better understand and improve patients’ experience with medications.
What if none of the answers fit my situation?
Use closest answer that best fits your situation.
Can I skip a question(s)?
So that the study gives the best information on patients’ experience with their medications, the survey is set to require
an answer to each question. Having an answer to each question will help make the survey results more uniform and interpretable.
Can I change my answer?
Yes, you can change answers before the final submission. Because we want to make sure we capture your opinions about your
medicine as accurately as possible, please use the "previous" button to modify your previous answer if needed.
Your survey results are important to the outcome of our study. We anticipate that the survey results will help improve patients'
experience with their medications. Research results from this study may help improve the health care of all patients with
medical illnesses. Those results will be presented as summary data, combining many patients' survey data so that individual
data will not be identifiable. If you would like a copy of the report concerning your medication, please contact us.
In some circumstances, there may be a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requirement to report individuals' adverse event
information. We understand and support the FDA's adverse event reporting requirement, recognizing its importance for assuring the safety of patients.
What are the terms and conditions of this survey?
Your participation in this survey is a gift that we greatly appreciate, and we want to make things as easy as possible for you.
This survey does not require a legalistic, multi-page consent form. If you complete all or part of the Survey, the presumption
is that you have agreed to participate. While there may be no direct benefit to you from participation, we hope that the results
will help improve the medication experience of patients in general. This site is not intended to be a substitute for professional
advice, diagnosis, or treatment from your physician or other health professional. For side effects from the current medication
that are more than mere annoyance, please contact your physician or other health care provider.
Who can I contact about this survey?
If you have any questions regarding this survey, please contact us at survey@medRxsurvey.com.