Developing a self-care guide for patients with chronic psoriasis
This article outlines a project to introduce a self-management tool, which dermatology patients can use upon discharge from a course of treatment as an aid to staying well and avoiding deterioration in their skin condition. Specifically, the tool will be used for patients who suffer from chronic psoriasis. The ethical considerations will be discussed and a strategy for managing the proposed change outlined.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 1, 2011
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