Risk Perceptions About Driving and Medications Study - UTAS

Risk Perceptions About Driving and Medications in People With Chronic Non-cancer Pain

Researchers from UTAS are running a new study to explore whether chronic pain or related medications have an impact on risk perceptions about driving and driving-related behaviours.

The study involves completing a brief online survey including questions about pain, medication use and knowledge of side effects, risk perceptions about driving, and recent driving behaviours. Participants can also enter the draw to win a $50 voucher. If you have experienced chronic non-cancer pain in the past 12 months and have ever held a full (unrestricted) driver’s licence in your lifetime, you may be eligible to participate! Head to the study website here to find out more

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The Australian Pain Management Association Ltd. (APMA) is a health promotion charity providing advocacy, information and practical support for people living with chronic (persistent) pain and their families. APMA is the consumer health organisation for all Australians who live with pain. APMA is your voice.

 

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