Editorial: In this issue we look at the future, while considering what the past can tell us. Being aware of previous generations, particularly to aid the diagnosis of hereditary conditions such as psoriasis, could oﬀer useful insights (see page 3).
In an article starting on page 4 about assistive technology, we look at how, over time, making and adapting how and where people live is providing a more accessible world.
Although artiﬁcial intelligence (AI) is beginning to be discussed more in managing health decisions, we are perhaps still reliant on more traditional routes. Yet these have been diﬃcult to access. Read more about changes to access on pages 6 and 7.
Of course, with all issues relating to our own health, safety is often a prime concern. On the centre pages we look at the safety evidence regarding tattoos and psoriatic skin.
Later, in the Pso Pscience section (starting on page 15), Dr David Ashton, PAPAA’s senior medical advisor, explores some recently published studies that include the impact of relationship breakdown on health, the beneﬁts of the Dead Sea and whether coﬀee is beneﬁcial or not to people with psoriasis.
- Psoriasis in children
- Adaptive technology
- GP services
- Pharmacy First scheme
- Impact survey
- Tattoos and you
- Behind the wheel
- Innovative medical technologies
- PSO Science
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