Opportunities to Get Involved

There are often opportunities to help raise awareness of psoriasis, contribute to projects and initiatives, and share your experiences.

Listed below are various opportunities that the Psoriasis Association, or other organisations, are looking for people to get involved with. If you are interested in getting involved in psoriasis research, please see our Research pages.

Have you used a biologic to treat your psoriasis? EXTERNAL OPPORTUNITY

A Biopharmaceutical company is looking for people with psoriasis who have used, or are currently using, a biologic medication to join an Advisory Board seeking insights into what people value from a patient support programme. A 'patient support programme' is the term used to describe the information materials and other support that a person receives along with their biologic medication.

You would be asked to attend a meeting in London at the end of June with a group of other people with psoriasis, to discuss your thoughts and experiences with representatives from the biopharmaceutical company. Travel expenses will be paid.

If you are interested in taking part, please get in touch by emailing mail@psoriasis-association.org.uk Please note that this is not a Psoriasis Association-run initiative, and your contact details will be passed on to the organisers in order for you to take part, with your permission only.

Would you be willing to speak about your psoriasis experiences? EXTERNAL OPPORTUNITY

A biopharmaceutical company is looking for someone with psoriasis who would be willing to speak about their experiences with psoriasis, and their ongoing battle to find a treatment that works for them. This is intended to educate representatives from the company about the unmet needs and challenges facing people with psoriasis.

You would be asked to attend a meeting in Hertfordshire on 26th June. Travel expenses will be paid.

If you are interested in taking part, please get in touch by emailing mail@psoriasis-association.org.uk Please note that this is not a Psoriasis Association-run initiative, and your contact details will be passed on to the organisers in order for you to take part, with your permission only.

Share your experiences of living with psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis through our '50 for 50' project! PSORIASIS ASSOCIATION OPPORTUNITY

As part of our 50th Anniversary celebrations, we'd like to share your story!

We have just entered our 50th year here at the Psoriasis Association! A key part of our work over the last half a century has been to raise awareness of psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis, and help give a voice to people who live with both conditions. As such, we thought 'what better way to celebrate our 50th year than by sharing 50 people's stories of psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis?'

We plan on sharing your stories on our websites and social media channels, most notably on our Instagram page. We might share some of your stories in our members' magazine, 'Pso' too!

We are looking for...

  • Your story of life with psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis (or both) in your own words
  • Ideally 400 words or less (if you want to write more, that's fine too)
  • A photo of yourself to accompany your story (you can provide as many photos as you like)

  • If you're interested in taking part and sharing your story, or you'd like more information about the project, please contact us at 
    mail@psoriasis-association.org.uk

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Email: mail@psoriasis-association.org.uk

Tel :
01604 251 620
Fax :
01604 251 621
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