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04 November 2020

Setting priorities in psoriatic arthritis research

Professor Laura Coates gives an update on the psoriatic arthritis Priority Setting Partnership (PSP).

On the final day of Psoriasis Awareness Week 2020, we're concentrating on psoriatic arthritis (PsA) - an inflammatory arthritis which is associated with psoriasis – and nail psoriasis, which affects up to 50% of all people with psoriasis and up to 80% of people with psoriatic arthritis.

Earlier in 2020 the psoriatic arthritis Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) was launched in order to identify the top 10 unanswered questions that people who are living with the condition as well as their families, carers and clinicians would most like future research to address.

We're delighted to bring you an update from the Lead Investigator on this project, Consultant Rheumatologist, Professor Laura Coates, in the video below.


Questions covered in the video include:

  • Who do you see in your clinic? (0:21)
  • What does your research involve? (2:42)
  • What is the psoriatic arthritis Priority Setting Partnership? (3:20)
  • What will this research achieve? (5:26)

  • Thank you to Professor Coates for taking the time to provide this update.

    You can find out more about this year's Psoriasis Awareness Week here.

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