Physicians' knowledge and attitudes toward scheduling
Date of Original Version
Objective: To determine physicians' knowledge and attitudes of medico-legal issues regarding drug scheduling. Methods: The cross sectional survey was designed to assess attitudes and mailed to 400 randomly selected physicians. Results: A total of 155 (43.8%) of the 354 delivered surveys were returned. Physicians across all groups provided consistent responses suggesting a negative attitude about scheduling, a lack of understanding of scheduling issues and a harmful impact of scheduling on their practice. Physicians who saw 20 or more patients differed significantly from the other groups in 50% (4 of the 8) questions suggesting enhanced dissatisfaction. © 2009 Informa UK Ltd.
Clinical Research and Regulatory Affairs
Parker, Jonathon M., and E. Paul Larrat. "Physicians' knowledge and attitudes toward scheduling." Clinical Research and Regulatory Affairs 26, 1-2 (2009): 1-7. doi:10.1080/10601330902852725.