psoriasis patient support programme
Psoriasis is a common skin condition which affects approximately 2% of the population within the UK. Psoriasis is caused by the skin cells replacing more quickly than usual, which results in patches of dry, red skin which is covered with silvery scales which some may also find become sore or itchy. Although there is no cure for psoriasis, there are many treatment options and lifestyle changes which may help you better manage and improve your symptoms. Psoriasis can for some have a severe impact on their wellbeing, both physically and mentally, and support can play a key role in helping alleviate some of the emotional strain felt due to the condition.
Our talkhealth psoriasis patient support programme (PSPs) are suitable for all those who are living with psoriasis, whether you have been newly diagnosed or you have been living with the condition for some time, and the carers of someone who has psoriasis.
talkhealth patient support programmes (PSPs) offer you the chance to receive free online information, support and advice that it is specific to your condition. While on the programme you will receive an email once a week which will provide you with a link to new downloadable information such as hints and tips, lifestyle advice and up to date information from experts. The information we have created for this programme has been designed to enable you to better manage your condition and symptoms more effectively as well as improving your quality of life:
PSPs will last for around 3 to 6 months, and you are free to join and unsubscribe from the programme at any time.
If you would like to take part in the psoriasis patient support programme once it has launched, please do register your interest by filling out our quick expression of interest form.
* All information and material provided is not intended in any way to be a replacement for professional medical care and advice. Should you have any questions or concerns regarding any aspects of life with talkhealth conditions or others ailments you should ALWAYS check with your doctor, health visitor or professional medical advisor.