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13 March 2020

Take a New Survey on Mental Health and Skin

Results of the survey will help to inform a report from the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Skin (APPGS).

A new survey on the psychological and emotional impact of conditions which affect the skin (including psoriasis) has been launched by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Skin (APPGS), of which the Psoriasis Association is a part.

The short survey will take 10 to 15 minutes to complete and will ask you a range of questions about your psychological and emotional wellbeing associated with your psoriasis (or any other dermatologic condition).

The survey is for anybody who has been diagnosed with a condition which affects the skin – if you need help to fill it in, the answers should be given from your point of view. The APPGS is interested in your experience even if your condition has now been successfully treated, or is in remission - your answers will help to improve services.

The anonymised results of the survey will be used to support the production of a new report by the APPGS on the psychological, emotional and mental health impact of skin conditions. Please note that comments may be reproduced in the report and the results of this survey may also be published in an academic journal.

Take the survey here

You can find out more about the work of the APPGS here.

The Psoriasis Association is the UK's leading national charity and membership organisation for people affected by psoriasis – patients, families, carers and health professionals Read More >

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