Survey: Hormonal Therapies in Woman with Acne

A Collaboration Between the AARS and the New York University School of Medicine

Hormonal therapies are effective treatment options for women with acne. Although frequently used, there is limited published data about prescribing practices and physician opinions of hormonal based therapies for acne.

To better understand dermatologists' approaches to prescribing hormonal based therapies, we are conducting a questionnaire-based study designed to assess physician experiences, practices, and opinions regarding the use of these therapies in women with acne. This is a completely anonymous study with no personal identifiers requested or recorded. The study has been approved by the Institutional Review Board of the New York University School of Medicine. The 18 multiple-choice questions can be answered with a simple click, and there are no written answers required. Completing this survey implies consent. The brief survey will take under 5 minutes to complete.

To complete the questionnaire through "Survey Monkey" please click this link:

Thank you in advance for taking the time to participate in this study.

Drs. Arielle R. Nagler and Seth Orlow
The Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology
New York University School of Medicine