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FREE Rosacea Patient Support Programme
MyRosacea provides online information, support & advice to help with managing rosacea. The programme is FREE, and once you join you will receive a weekly email for 24 weeks providing you with hints and tips, lifestyle advice and up to date information from experts that you can download - all designed to help you more effectively manage your rosacea and improve your quality of life.
Discover talkrosaceatalkhealth YouTube
Rosacea is a common skin condition, with current figures suggesting as many as 1 in 10 people are affected by rosacea. At present it remains a poorly understood condition. talkrosacea offers support and guidance to help you manage your rosacea and its symptoms.
The Psychological Impact of Rosaceatalkhealth YouTube
Living with a long term (chronic) condition such as rosacea can be distressing and can in many cases cause social and emotional (psychological) problems. If you feel that your rosacea is affecting you in this way it is important to discuss this with your doctor. Find out more about The Psychological Impact of rosacea in our YouTube video.
Meet Julietalkhealth blogger
Julie B. Campbell, is passionate about learning, testing, reviewing and sharing on the topic of rosacea; a condition from which she has suffered for over a decade and a half. Julie’s “Rosy Friends” are a community of followers on YouTube, social media and her blog, where she documents her experiences with rosacea and the treatments and products she has tried over the years.
Ask The Expert - Rosacea
From April 16th 2018, you'll be able to take part in our latest Ask the Experts session around rosacea, supported by our charity partner The British Skin Foundation. All your questions about the skin condition will be answered by experts including Dr. Anton Alexandroff, Dr. Nisith Sheth and Dr. Emma Wedgeworth on April 19th 2018.
Experiences of rosacea and its treatment: An interpretative phenomenological analysis
Relatively few people with rosacea receive specialist dermatology treatment or psychological support. Despite this, individuals with rosacea can experience social anxiety, depression and embarrassment, and decreased quality of life. Read more here...
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