Treating to Goal: A Clear Path to Patient-Centered Psoriasis Management
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Recognize the most relevant symptoms for individual patients to develop appropriate personalized treatment plans;
- Develop a shared decision-making strategy to guide treatment choices and measurable goals for your patients to improve outcomes;
- Describe the pathogenesis of psoriasis;
- Discuss the spectrum of available therapies and the evidence to support the development of personalized treatment plans;
- Identify and manage comorbidities utilizing a collaborative treatment approach with other disciplines.
Associate Prof and Director of Inpatient Consultation and Dermatology
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Arthur C. Curtis Professor of Molecular Skin Immunology
Frances and Kenneth Eisenberg Emerging Scholar
Tabuman Medical Research Institute
Ann Arbor, MI
Eastern Virginia Medical School, Dept of Dermatology
Senior Family Physician
Collegeville Family Practice
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