PsA treatment suboptimal as dermatologists and rheumatologists work in silos

The management of psoriatic arthritis (PsA) may be suboptimal because dermatologists and rheumatologists feel untrained to treat aspects of the conditions beyond their primary speciality scope of practice, an Australian study has found. While many dermatologists would like to worked in a shared care model of practice with rheumatologists to manage PsA, there are many ...

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