New Survey Asking About Fibromyalgia and Relationship Impact
If you have fibromyalgia, you know that it can affect many areas of your life. In conjunction with fibromyalgia advocate Karen Lee Richards, I’m conducting a new research survey through the University of Pittsburgh investigating the impact that having fibromyalgia might have on relationships with your partner, family members, and friends. We’re hoping to have the survey completed by a large number of individuals with fibromyalgia to help us better understand this impact and then use this information to help educate the medical community about the far-reaching impact of fibromyalgia.
We want to learn more about your fibromyalgia. By spending a few minutes on our survey, you will help us learn more information about fibromyalgia that can benefit people with fibromyalgia and healthcare professionals.
This survey is completely anonymous. Your responses cannot be matched to any personal information or identifiers.
The survey consists of up to 40 multiple-choice questions and should take approximately 25 minutes to complete. Thank you for your participation!
Please click this link to start the Fibromyalgia and Relationship Impact survey.
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