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