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Psoriasis Priority Setting Partnership launched

This is YOUR opportunity to influence future psoriasis research

The Psoriasis Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) is a chance for YOU to tell us what questions you have about psoriasis and treatments that you would like future research to address.

The PSP is a unique opportunity to influence psoriasis research, which is why we're looking for input from healthcare professionals (Dermatologists, GPs and nurses), people who are living with psoriasis, and those who care for people living with psoriasis.

It's really important that we get as many responses as to the PSP survey as possible, in order to ensure that psoriasis researchers and those who fund research know about the most urgent needs of people living with psoriasis, their families and carers.

Take the PSP survey here and have your say!

The Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) is a joint venture by the University of Manchester, Psoriasis Association and the UK DCTN.  Supported by the James Lind Alliance.

Posted on Monday 17th July 2017

UK Dermatology Clinical Trials Network

Centre of Evidence Based Dermatology
The University of Nottingham King's Meadow Campus, Rm A103
Lenton Lane, Nottingham