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What is Psoriasis in Practice (PiP)?

PiP (Psoriasis in Practice) is a on-line training programme to help health care professionals (including primary care nurses, dermatology nurses, pharmacists and podiatrists in any health care setting who may care for people with psoriasis and PsA) understand the needs of people with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis, and to manage their patients quickly and effectively.

Psoriasis in Practice Section 1 IllustrationThe course has been developed by the Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis Alliance (PAPAA) a UK patient charity, in conjunction with leading experts in dermatology and rheumatology. Input from patients gives the course a unique real life quality, which will help any health care professional understand the day-to-day needs of people living with these conditions.

Psoriasis in Practice is being reviewed for accreditation by the RCN for 10 study hours for continuing professional development (CPD). PIP fits ideally into NMC revalidation and can be used as individual or participatory hours. You can study this online course at your own pace, and improve your knowledge and understanding of this complex condition.
The course is competitively priced at £50.00.

KEY COURSE FEATURES

Case studies and patient interviews

Aetiology and treatment of psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis

Assessment and management

RCN accredited certificate of completion

Ideal for NMC revalidation CPD hours

Evidence based resources

Continuing professional development

Troubleshooting

e-Learning Coordinator support

Technical online support