Tennessee Pharmacists Association

Surveys are an important component of pharmacy research, but finding qualified respondents can be challenging. TPA has created this page to connect researchers with TPA members who understand that just a few minutes of their time can help advance pharmacy practice in a big way.

If you’re interested in shaping pharmacy initiatives and moving the profession forward, please consider responding to the survey(s) listed below—and check back often for new surveys!

If you are a researcher and would like to have your survey listed below, please click here to submit your request.

CURRENT SURVEY OPPORTUNITIES:


Title: Practice Patterns Regarding DOACs for Treatment of VTE
Organization: Vanderbilt University Medical Center
End Date: April 30, 2022
Purpose: We are conducting a survey of practice trends regarding the utilization of direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs) for the treatment of venous thromboembolism.

The goal of this survey is to describe how DOACs are utilized in three main areas of clinical controversy:
1. Initiation dose phase
2. Obesity
3. Renal impairment

Responses to survey questions will be collected using Microsoft Forms. This survey is anonymous, and the demographic data collected is not individually identifiable. Please follow the link to complete the survey.

Target Audience: Pharmacists
Time Needed: 5-10 minutes
Additional Info Thank you for taking the time to participate.
Substance abuse is present everywhere whether its you, your neighbor, or somewhere you know. Helping to educate everyone on what the signs are for substance abuse or educating them on the effects of substance abuse may be able to help people in the future.
Survey Link: CLICK HERE

The Tennessee Pharmacists Association (TPA) offers this listing as a benefit to members, and participation is voluntary. The survey opportunities on this page are not affiliated with or endorsed by TPA or any of its subsidiaries. The content of the surveys is not reviewed by TPA. TPA is not responsible for the content or the results of the survey.