Congratulations for leading this critical work. We can see the new and evolving direction of travel that reflects the changing external environment. We are very pleased and proud to partner with you in the next phase of IFPA’s growth.
Susan Frade & Monia Steenackers
Stop prejudice, stigma and discrimination
Psoriatic disease can be psychologically devastating. Many people living with psoriatic disease experience prejudice, stigma, and discrimination. Raising awareness improves understanding of the disease burden and the quality of life is vastly improved when people living with psoriatic disease gain access to proper diagnosis and treatment.
As partners, you are continuously updated on the work that we do. You are invited to take part in seminars, member meetings, and campaigns. Through the partnership program, you enable our important mission to, unite, strengthen and lead the global psoriatic disease community.
IFPA works with and through member associations to drive positive change for people living with psoriatic disease, everywhere. This includes supporting the formation of new patient organizations in countries where none exist.