Survey of Canadian family physicians about the treatment of patients with chronic non-cancer pain

The Federation of Medical Regulatory Authorities of Canada (FMRAC) is participating as a collaborating organization in a national survey of family physicians about treatment of patients with chronic non-cancer pain.

This national survey on the treatment of chronic non-cancer pain is being led by principal investigator, Dr. Andrea Furlan, approved by the University of Toronto Research Ethics Board. Results of this survey will be used to develop educational programs about treatment options. 

Completion of this survey is voluntary, and neither the researchers nor the College will be able to identify those who responded to the survey.

Completion will take approximately 15 minutes. 

The survey can be accessed by clicking here.

Note: This survey is intended for family physicians who treat patients with chronic non-cancer pain only.