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Living with psoriatic disease

Aug 25, 2023

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During The European Congress of Rheumatology (EULAR) 2023, the Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis Hub was pleased to speak with Barbra Bohannan, Swedish Psoriasis Association, Stockholm, SE. We asked about insights on living with psoriatic disease.

Living with psoriatic disease

Bohannan discusses the challenges she has faced while dealing with psoriatic arthritis, including comorbidities, stress, and environmental factors. She goes on to discuss the importance of considering the factors influencing treatment outcomes, such as age, gender, and disease severity. Finally, Bohannan discusses the most effective ways to approach difficult topics with patients, and describes how communication is imperative for a better understanding of disease progression and ultimately, improved treatment outcomes.


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