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12 April 2024

British Dermatological Nursing Group 'What Matters To Me?’ Survey – Get Involved!

The British Dermatological Nursing Group (BDNG) has launched their new 'What Matters To Me?' survey and is keen to hear from people living with psoriasis and other skin conditions.

The BDNG works to elevate the standards of care for individuals living with skin conditions in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

The purpose of the 'What Matters To Me?' is to understand the unique needs and concerns of dermatology patients, captured from real-life experiences. This will help amplify the voice of those navigating the challenges of this dermatological condition.

Established in 1989, BDNG champions excellence in dermatological nursing care through education, research and distribution of knowledge.

The 'What Matters To Me?' is designed for individuals who regularly seek assistance from healthcare professionals due to their skin. Whether it's consultations with GPs, hospital visits, or under the care of dermatologists or dermatology nurses, the survey aims to capture the diverse experiences and preferences of dermatology patients.

The survey is comprised of a concise questionnaire/submission form and asks participants to share their perspectives, concerns, and aspirations regarding their psoriasis journey.

For those interested in participating in the survey and sharing their perspectives on their psoriasis journey, check out the submission form here.

Through this survey, the BDNG hopes to bridge the gap between healthcare providers and patients, and to gain a deeper understanding of patient needs and preferences.

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