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Psoriasis. Diagnosis and Management

Anyone working with people who experience psoriasis and its complications will find this text a welcome addition

Anyone working with people who experience psoriasis and its complications will find this text a welcome addition.

It is well evidenced and up to date, and there is useful information about presentation and considerations for treatments. The format is easy to follow for those who are not dermatology specialists.

Perhaps the price is a little expensive. However, this text should be available in clinical practice and not restricted to libraries.

It would make a welcome read for all nurses working in partnership with people living with psoriasis and, as such, I recommend this textbook as a welcome addition in knowledge and evidence for those requiring this care approach in primary and acute care.

Anyone working with people who experience psoriasis and its complications will find this text a welcome addition.

It is well evidenced and up to date, and there is useful information about presentation and considerations for treatments. The format is easy to follow for those who are not dermatology specialists.

Perhaps the price is a little expensive. However, this text should be available in clinical practice and not restricted to libraries.

It would make a welcome read for all nurses working in partnership with people living with psoriasis and, as such, I recommend this textbook as a welcome addition in knowledge and evidence for those requiring this care approach in primary and acute care.

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