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A prospective, clinical, nonrandomized controlled trial of individualized, nurse-led patient-centred intervention in patients with psoriasis

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  1. Inter-rater agreement and reliability of outcome measurement instruments and staging systems used in hidradenitis suppurativa

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  2. Glucose metabolism in patients with psoriasis

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  3. Cause-specific mortality in patients with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis

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  4. Prevalence of patients with self-reported hidradenitis suppurativa in a cohort of Danish blood donors: a cross-sectional study

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  1. Causative exposures and temporal development of cobalt allergy in Denmark between 2002 and 2017

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  2. Patch test reactivity to aluminium chambers

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  3. Cohort profile: the clinical 'Psoriasis in Adolescents' (PIA) cohort in Denmark

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  4. Necrotic ulcer on the chin of a previously healthy 38-year-old woman

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to improve long-term disease control and health-related quality of life for people with psoriasis, a translational gap of implementing evidence-based guidelines into practice exist.1 Although behavioural and psychological risk factors are modifiable, empirical support for how to achieve this in practice is lacking. Furthermore, whether this impacts positively on health outcome is not yet established.2 3 The common sense self-regulation model (CS-SRM) provides a conceptual framework showing how patient beliefs about health and illness drive their emotional and behavioural responses. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Original languageEnglish
JournalBritish Journal of Dermatology
Volume180
Issue number5
Pages (from-to)1244-1245
Number of pages2
ISSN0007-0963
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Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2019

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