IFPA Forum

Speaking up for psoriatic disease in Asia

The Forum unites stakeholders from across the psoriatic community to promote regional action. In 2023, we focus on Asia. The Forum engages psoriatic associations, the thought leaders, and people living with psoriatic disease in genuine collaboration.

Join us for inspiring talks, bold presentations and interactive workshops. Participants are invited to join us in Singapore on Monday, July 3. It will also be possible to participate online.

IFPA Forum spearheads a roadmap to tackle psoriatic disease in Asia

The next Froum will be held

July 3, 2023

Singapore

Important Resources from IFPA Forum 2022: Europe

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IFPA Forum 2022 Agenda

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Digital Transformation and Telemedicine

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Involving patients and their organizations in decision-making processes

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Health Workforce and Psoriatic Disease

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Access to Care

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Psoriatic Disease, Mental Health, Stigma, and Quality of Life

Join us to speak up for psoriatic disease in Europe

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The Forum is about the people living with psoriatic disease and what it takes to address their needs. Participants join forces to:

  • Establish consensus around the unmet needs of people living with psoriatic disease
  • Spearhead a roadmap for action on how to implement the recommendations of the WHO 2016 Global Report on Psoriasis
  • Demand inclusion of the patient perspective when developing policy, research, and other solutions
  • Fuel knowledge sharing across countries and stakeholder groups
  • Strengthen networks across countries and stakeholder groups

Five themes will underpin the discussions:

  • Psoriatic disease, mental health, stigma, and quality of life
  • Health workforce
  • Access to early diagnosis, proper treatment, and financing for psoriatic disease
  • Involving patients and patient organizations in decision-making processes
  • Digital transformation and telemedicine


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