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18 May 2021

Update - Psoriatic Arthritis Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) Second Survey

There's still time to have your say on the questions you would like to see answered by psoriatic arthritis research.

The British Psoriatic Arthritis Consortium (Brit-PACT) is working with the James Lind Alliance to run a Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) in order to create a national top 10 list of research priorities for psoriatic arthritis. Find out how you can get involved and help shape the future of psoriatic arthritis research below.

Second Survey

Brit-PACT logo (website news) largerIf you have already completed the second survey for the psoriatic arthritis PSP, thank you. If you haven’t, there is still time - simply click here to take the survey. We are keen to get as many responses as possible so please do share the link to promote the survey with your family, friends and colleagues who may be interested in taking part.

We are particularly keen to try and reach out to the groups which are currently underrepresented in the survey responses to date: people aged under 50; males; and people from minority ethnic groups.

Final Workshop

The final stage of this project will take place on Monday 12th July 2021. A virtual workshop will be held to bring together a range of people from across the UK. Based on the responses from this survey, the workshop participants will discuss the most popular questions in more detail and agree on the top ten questions that need researching.  

If you would like to attend this workshop, please email Louise at the Psoriatic Arthritis Priority Setting Partnership Team, louise.hailey@ndorms.ox.ac.uk.

Thank you for your help and support with this project.  

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