As a follow up to the Millefeuille film, Dr Nikhil Yawalkar, Associate Professor and Vice-Chairman at the Department of Dermatology, University of Bern, Switzerland and Medical Advisor to Millefeuille, presents Millefeuille: The Science Behind The Lens. The video explores the psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis symptoms experienced by Élodie in the main film and explains why treating each manifestation of these conditions is important for achieving the optimal treatment outcome for patients.
Professor Antonio Marchesoni, reviews the latest evidence on whether management strategies for psoriatic arthritis are meeting the needs of patients with oligoarticular disease. As published in Rheumatology and Therapy, June 2018Read the full article
The Group for Research and Assessment of Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis (GRAPPA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to sharing information related to psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. In 2016 the group updated their guidelines for the treatment of psoriatic arthritis, including updated recommendations for treating the key manifestations of psoriatic arthritis.www.grappanetwork.org
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This education activity entitled “Looking Beyond the Skin and Joints in Psoriatic Arthritis: A Comprehensive Approach to Improving Patient Outcomes” reviews the complex pathogenesis of psoriatic arthritis and the consequent broad clinical spectrum of disease manifestation. Experts provide guidance on the development of personalised treatment plans, in line with recent recommendations, which call for a more comprehensive treatment approach that addresses multiple facets of disease presentation beyond the skin and joints alone.www.peervoice.com
PARTNER is an international fellowship program with the overall aim of stimulating the scientific study of disease mechanisms in psoriatic arthritis. PARTNER is based on a non-profit network of five centres dedicated to psoriatic arthritis research. The participating centres of PARTNER form a steering committee, which is responsible for reviewing the fellowship applications and providing guidance on the scientific quality and progress of the fellowships. PARTNER program is supported by Celgene, through the attribution of an educational grant.www.partner-fellows.de