Advice for Dermatologists in Treating Psoriasis in Patients With Skin of Color


Dr Linda Stein Gold, Dr Mona Shahriari and Dr Seemal Desai share advice for improving psoriasis care for patients with skin of color.

This is a video synopsis/summary of a panel discussion involving Linda Stein Gold, MD; Mona Shahriari, MD, FAAD; and Seemal Desai, MD.

The discussion focuses on the implications of research findings for patients with skin of color in psoriasis treatment. The speakers emphasize the importance of utilizing data-driven approaches to guide treatment decisions and advocate for increased diversity in clinical trial participation to ensure representative study populations.

They discuss the significance of cultural sensitivity in patient interactions and highlight the need for continued investment in research and development to generate data that can inform clinical practice effectively. The transcript concludes with a call to action for dermatologists to play a critical role in improving outcomes for all patients with psoriasis, underscoring the value of sharing knowledge and fostering collaboration within the medical community.

Overall, the conversation emphasizes the importance of evidence-based approaches, cultural competence, and ongoing research efforts in addressing the needs of diverse patient populations with psoriasis.

Video synopsis is AI-generated and reviewed by HCPLive editorial staff.

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