Photo of woman drinking coffee, Man thinking and cannabis leavesTell us your opinion and test your knowledge of cannabis use for people with asthma and allergies

We want your opinion on using cannabis as a potential medical treatment for asthma, allergies and skin conditions.

Take the Allergy & Asthma Network Pain, Exercise and Cannabis Experience (PEACE) survey and help us learn more about the impact of cannabis use on people diagnosed with asthma, exercise-induced bronchospasm (EIB), allergic rhinitis, eczema and/or urticaria.

The survey is also an opportunity to test your knowledge of cannabis, as well as discuss your attitudes about cannabis use in general.

Survey Q&A

Am I eligible for the survey?

You must be 18 years of age or older and diagnosed with asthma, allergic rhinitis, EIB, eczema and/or urticaria.

I don’t use cannabis (marijuana). Am I still eligible?

Yes. It does not matter if you have never used cannabis, used cannabis in the past, or currently use cannabis.

How long does the survey take?

10-12 minutes.

Will there be follow-up?

This is a one-time online survey. Your participation is voluntary — you are free to withdraw at any time by just clicking out of the survey.

What about confidentiality?

The survey collects no identifying information. Your answers will be anonymous and seen only by the research team for data analysis. The research team will protect the data so that it cannot be seen by other people.

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This survey is now closed. The following journal article is the published results of the survey study.

Cannabis Attitudes and Patterns of Use Among Followers of the Allergy & Asthma Network

Joanna S. Zeiger, MS, PhD, William S. Silvers, MD, Tonya A. Winders, MBA, Mary K. Hart, RRT, Robert S. Zeiger, MD, PhD
January 2021
Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology