Women and Psoriasis
More can be done to support women and healthcare professionals to treat psoriasis effectively
Have you ever faced challenges treating women with psoriasis?
This website provides helpful tools to deliver effective and personalized disease management for your patients.
Despite significant developments in psoriasis management over the past few years, women may still face barriers to making informed decisions that can affect their treatment.4
Taking women’s distinct needs into account, we have worked with expert dermatologists to co-create a toolkit of educational resources around personalized care specifically for women before, during and after pregnancy to help raise the standard of care.
Hear from 3 dermatologists on how materials on this webpage can be used in your clinical practice
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Use these materials to better support treating women with psoriasis
These materials aim to support you in your clinical practice and include updates on the latest data and guidance on how to implement shared decision-making for a more personalized approach, helping to raise the standard of care for women living with psoriasis.
Find out how our valued partners make a difference in psoriasis
Learn more from IFPA – the global leader in fighting psoriatic disease!
For more information and resources to support women and psoriasis, visit our partners at the International Federation of Psoriatic Disease Association.
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This website is targeted at EU and UK healthcare professionals only and not intended for the USA.
This is an international diseases awareness campaign. The information on this website is not country-specific.
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- Gottlieb AB, et al. Int J Womens Dermatol. 2019;5(3):141–150.
- De Simone C, et al. G Ital Dermatol Venereol. 2020;155(4):434–440.
- Murray S, et al.. BMJ Open. 2021;11:e043960.