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28 January 2019

Capturing Impact with Researchfish

We are committed to funding the best psoriasis research, but what is the true impact of these projects?

One of the main aims of the Psoriasis Association has always been ‘to promote and fund research into the causes, nature and care of psoriasis and to publish and disseminate the results of that research’, and our commitment to this aim has led to the funding of over 200 research grants so far.

While we know what the results have been for these projects, their real impact extends far beyond this - from research publications, to allowing researchers to gain further funding, raising awareness through outreach activities, or influencing policy and practice.

To capture all the various impacts from our more recent research projects, the Psoriasis Association will be using Researchfish. This is an online platform that allows researchers and funders to collect and track the outputs from research projects that they have been involved in.

Using Researchfish will allow us to tell you the wider story of how Psoriasis Association funded research has made a difference – after all, we wouldn’t be able to fund this research without you!  

If you would like to find out more about Researchfish, please click here.

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