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Mood Factors/Itch Quality of Life Study

June 21, 2012

The Mood Factors/Itch Quality of Life Survey is intended to assess how certain mood states (e.g. depression, anxiety) and personality traits affect the severity of itch as reported by the patient. We are also interested in determining how mood states, personality traits, and itch severity affect the quality of life of patients with chronic itch. Eligible participants for the survey include adults (≥18 years of age) who have experienced itch for a duration of at least 6 weeks. If you meet these eligibility requirements and would be interested in participating in our study, please click here. Emory University School of Medicine

Principal Investigator:

Suephy Chen, MD, MS

Other Investigators:

Seema Kini, MD, MS If you have any questions about this study, you may call the Ms. Bridget Bradley, Clinical Research Coordinator of the Emory University Dermatology Clinical and Outcomes Research Unit at 404-778-3084.

Link to survey:

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