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20 April 2021

Psoriatic Arthritis Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) Second Survey Launched

CLOSING 20th JUNE - Have your say on the questions you would like to see answered by psoriatic arthritis research.

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The British Psoriatic Arthritis Consortium is working with the James Lind Alliance to run a Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) in order to create a national top 10 list of research priorities for psoriatic arthritis.

The PSP opened in June 2020 with an initial survey which asked “what do you think are the most important unanswered questions in psoriatic arthritis research?”. Researchers have since combined the responses of over 317 people into 46 summary questions, and are asking for your help to choose the top 10 unanswered questions you want psoriatic arthritis research to address.

This is a unique opportunity for you to have your say in psoriatic arthritis research! They want to hear from people with different experiences and backgrounds: those with psoriatic arthritis, their families, carers and clinicians. The survey results will be used to help prioritise funding for research in the future.

Take the survey now.

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