The ‘Psoriasis Top 10’ Survey…

As a member of the Psoriasis Priority Setting Partnership, we want to hear from you to help to identify the gaps in psoriasis research, which you feel are really important. Not only for your friends and family, but also help shape the treatment and service delivered from healthcare professionals.

You have the opportunity to direct future research by completing a quick online survey





10 Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me

Living with the condition psoriasis doesn’t come with a manual. It takes time to learn and understand how your psoriasis works and what is best for you through ‘trial and error’. It took me a long time to figure out what works well for my psoriasis and what doesn’t, and to be honest even after having the condition for 14 years, I am still educating myself about my psoriasis.

In a guest post for LEO Pharma, I talk about the 10 things I wish someone had told me about psoriasis. Click on the link below to have a read! 🙂 xx

Psoriasis- 10 things I wish someone had told me

Dealing with the emotional stress

Living with psoriasis can have a major psychological impact on a person and bring a mixture of emotions to your life. Psoriasis can make you feel very low at times as well as embarrassed, angry and frustrated. It can also make you very self-conscious, depressed and feel socially unaccepted.

Check out my top tips on how to deal with the emotional stress of living with psoriasis by clicking on the link below- a blog post I did for LEO Pharma UK:

LEO Pharma: Top tips to help with the emotional stress of living with psoriasis


My Story with TalkHealth

Hello guys! I’ve just quickly attached a link to my story with TalkHealth xx

My Story with TalkHealth


Psoriasis Association 

Psoriasis Association sharing my story in their magazine, Pso Magazine


My Interview with the BBC

Hello Everyone!

Just wanted to quickly post a link to my article on an interview I did with the BBC on Living with Psoriasis 🙂 : BBC Interview on Living with Psoriasis