Do you have a story to tell about living with psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis?
The advent of an effective vaccine for Covid-19, is wonderful news and represents a truly astonishing scientific achievement. In the coming months, the government plans to roll out a comprehensive vaccination programme, with the aim of eventually protecting the entire UK population.
Would you like to take part in a very quick survey? A pharmacist is developing a study on the experiences of how people with psoriatic arthritis view their treatments.
We are pleased to announce that the latest edition of our journal is now available. Published twice a year the Skin 'n' Bones Connection journal provides a broad selection of articles that will be of interest to not only those affected by psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis, but also to anyone with an interest in these conditions.
For a limited period we can offer our Psoriasis in Practice (PiP) training course for Healthcare Professionals, free of charge (usual price £50). PiP is an accredited course worth 10 CPD points towards professional revalidation.
In the UK, more than 10 million people have arthritis or other similar conditions affecting their joints. Psoriatic arthritis is a type of inflammatory arthritis linked to the skin condition psoriasis.
The Taskforce on Multiple Conditions is an ambitious cross-sector partnership between The Richmond Group of Charities, The Royal College of General Practitioners and Guy's and St Thomas' Charity
This study investigates whether the mental health of those with facial differences is affected by the way they interpret the negative reactions of others.
A campaign has been launched by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) to raise awareness and offer advice about the risks associated with emollients and the potential to ignite and catch fire, once dried onto clothing.
Issue 51 of Skin 'n' Bones Connection is now available. A digital version is also available FREE to subscribing members.
Do you have 5 minutes to change psoriatic arthritis? Have your say and be part of the debate on psoriatic arthritis research.