Drug Researcher Survey

Ingrid Walker of the University of Washington, Tacoma – in collaboration with the Network of Drug Researchers with Lived Experience (NDRLE, pronounced NERD-LE) and the NYU Urban Epidemiology Lab – is currently conducting research on the drug use experiences of drug researchers.

Ingrid and the team recently launched a survey to learn how drug use does or does not influence drug researchers’ work.  The survey takes less than 20 minutes, and will ask about your history of drug use and attitudes about drug use.  The survey information will remain confidential, though they will collect IP addresses for the purpose of internal validity.  They are interested in hearing from researchers who use drugs or do not use drugs.  They are conducting a global survey, so the survey is not limited to the U.S.  The survey, however, is only currently available in English.

The survey can be found at: http://bit.ly/NDRLE_7

They also ask that you recommend the survey to your colleagues and peers who are also drug researchers!