New Survey: Hydrocodone Rescheduling: The First Year
The NFMCPA survey Hydrocodone Rescheduling: The First 100 Days was pivotal in collecting data to advise about the unintended consequences of the October 6, 2014, change in government regulations. The paper developed from the first survey (First 100 Days) was recently accepted for publication in the Pain Medicine Journal. 7,900 people participated in the first survey. If you have been prescribed hydrocodone during the last two years (October 6, 2013 and before), please consider participating in the second survey, Hydrocodone Rescheduling: The First Year. If you participated in the first survey, we would like to hear more from you regarding the entire first year and how the new regulations have impacted your quality of chronic pain management. If this is your first experience with the hydrocodone questionnaire, please share your experiences to help better gauge the relevance of this regulation during the past year for individuals suffering with fibromyalgia and other chronic pain conditions. The anonymous information collected from this survey will be used to compare the results of the first survey to better evaluate unintended consequences of this regulation. We hope you will participate and share your voice about this important issue that affects so many people with these conditions.
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