hi Susan Jackewicz The signal for the most severe symptoms is according to the evaluation scales HADs, DLQI and POEM. These allow to assess the negative impact of the disease in this way, timely interventions can be made.
Hi Ryan Dsouza I disseminate the dates and the place where I do the educational workshops, the entrance is free, patients can go with a companion, they have to register previously, in the workshop I make a small quiz with the mentimeter tool before the conference to Know how much they know about your disease and about skin care. With the results I have realized that a lot of education is missing and that there are many doubts they have, after the quiz I answer the questions during the conference, we also carry out activities with psychology and social work to address the issues of school dropout and bullying
Hi Susan Jackewicz Thank you very much for reviewing my proposal. In Colombia I do educational workshops for patients of myths and truths in atopic dermatitis and I see the need to clarify all these doubts and be able to socialize them. because the basis of treatment is in patient and family education. I would like to develop an App that includes generalities of the disease and videos answering all these questions that frequently ask me in these workshops and within this APP also introduce scales of measurement of quality of life such as DLQI, POEM and HADS that are filled out by patients to assess the risk they have of anxiety and depression and thus be able to suggest and perform timely interventions in patients with suicidal risk, especially those with severe atopic dermatitis that impacts both the quality of life