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Dermatology Educational Materials
These are focused resources for self-study. You will find for a specific topic different educational materials like videos, slides and other resources.
Genital Psoriasis Disease Education
Three videos presented by key thought leaders on the topic of genital psoriasis for dermatologists.
A series of short videos featuring International Thought Leaders to raise awareness and increase understanding of the key challenges in management of AD that combines evidence-based research with expert insights to provide meaningful, patient-centric education
Getting to the Root of Alopecia Areata: Disease Education Resources for HCPs
An educational site for dermatologist and healthcare professionals to educate about the autoimmune nature of the disease, impact on patients beyond hair loss, and help support patient identification and management.
A summary of patient education materials aimed at helping adult patients with moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis (AD) to effectively communicate with their HCPs about their condition and what aspects of disease management matter most to them.
Provides ideas for healthy ways to help manage life with psoriasis. It shares with readers that stress is a common factor in psoriasis flares. This guide shares tips for keeping close relationships going strong and talking to employers about psoriasis.
Defines flares, itch, and triggers and provides practical tips to help prevent flares and manage the itch. In this resource, the patient may learn about common triggers of psoriasis flares and tips to manage them.
Facilitates discussion with one’s healthcare professional about symptoms of psoriasis and its impact on one’s life. It allows patients to list symptoms, questions, and possible triggers of a psoriasis flare.
Informs patients that the inflammation that causes psoriasis could affect other parts of the body beyond the skin, such as the heart, liver, intestines, and blood vessels. It encourages routine testing and a treatment plan for these other conditions.
Helps patients understand psoriasis—what causes it, who gets it, how it impacts life, and what treatment options are available. It includes tracking tools to monitor changes of psoriasis plaques and identify triggers of flares.