*** NEW Survey Opportunity!***

Sponsored by Marshall University, and Approved by the Marshall University Institutional Review Board.

We would like to invite you to participate in an important research project examining the West Virginia Physician Drug Monitoring Program (WV PDMP).  As part of this evaluation, we are asking providers and dispensers to complete a brief survey regarding their attitudes, perceptions, and education regarding prescription drug misuse, and their usage of the WV PDMP.  The information that you provide will assist the State in its efforts to address the drug crisis.  All responses are anonymous, so please be careful to not give any identifying information within your response.  This research is being conducted as part of a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).  Thank you to all of you who take the time to complete this survey, and offer such valuable information. 

If you are willing to participate in this survey, please access the following link:
https://marshall.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_7ONYk9CrJZddkMZ

 

 
WV State Capitol

The Board of Osteopathic Medicine was established in 1923 by legislative action under the signature of Governor, Ephraim F. Morgan. One of the first board meetings was held in the Daniel Boone Hotel in Charleston, WV where the board office is currently located.

West Virginia is one of fourteen states that has both an allopathic and an osteopathic licensing board.

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About the Board

The West Virginia Board of Osteopathic Medicine is a state agency that licenses osteopathic physicians and osteopathic physician assistants. By statute, we are composed of five licensed physicians with at least five years of practice, one Physician Asistant member, and two lay members appointed by the Governor with the consent of the Senate.

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