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2023-08-18T09:18:00.000Z

New PsA patient checklist

Aug 18, 2023
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Learning objective: After reading this article, learners will be able to identify the key topics to discuss with newly-diagnosed patients with PsA

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The Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis Hub is pleased to present a checklist of key topics to discuss with patients with newly-diagnosed PsA.

HIV, human immunodeficiency virus; IBD, inflammatory bowel disease; MS, multiple sclerosis; PsA, psoriatic arthritis; TB, tuberculosis. 
*For more information, treatment schema can be found overleaf. 
IFPA strongly believes that the best way to find information and further resources is to get connected to a patient association. Our priority is to connect IFPA’s global members all around the world. Visit IFPA’s members page for a list of member associations: https://ifpa-pso.com/about-ifpa/members.


IFPA encourage you to contact local associations for support in living with psoriatic arthritis – IFPA continues to stress the importance of the patient-provider relationship when making any treatment decisions and that the patient should remain at the center of decision-making processes.
 

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