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Social & psychological effects of eczema in children survey

Posted: Thu Dec 12, 2013 2:50 pm
by admin
Salcura Ltd are conducting some research into the social and psychological effects of eczema on children.

This is an important area that is often overlooked by healthcare practitioners.

We would be grateful for no more than 2 minutes of your time to complete a short questionnaire. The results of which will be used to raise the profile of what we believe to be a really important issue.

To take part in the survey click this link -

Re: Social & psychological effects of eczema in children sur

Posted: Sat Jan 04, 2014 9:04 pm
by AnnaB
I cannot agree son has just started treatment/support with paediatric psychologist. It was only as I mentioned his support for his sister for an unrelated medical condition that the psychologist questioned if they were supporting him also. Within weeks he was being seen. After only a few sessions I can see it is going to help and has opened him up to the idea there is someone their to help with his feelings.