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Grupo Español de Psoriasis de la Academia Española de Dermatología y Venereología

National society in dermatology


  • Psoriasis

About this organisation

  • Year of creation: 2004
  • Number of members: 30
The Spanish Psoriasis Group of the Spanish Academy of Dermatology and Venereology was founded in 2004 and has the following aims: 1. To foster scientific knowledge on psoriasis pathogenesis, epidemiology, genetics, clinical manifestations, psychosocial implications and therapy ; 2. To promote personal relationship among specialists in psoriasis ; 3. To facilitate the participation of Spanish dermatologists specialized in psoriasis in national and international societies focused on psoriasis ; 4. To promote scientific research in psoriasis ; 5. To promote the collaboration with basic research scientists in common projects and scientific exchange ; 6. To cooperate with health authorities, scientific societies, academic institutions, health care facilities, patient associations, teaching units, pharmaceutical companies, publishing companies, scientific foundations, communication media and other relevant institutions in order to achieve the aims of the Group ; 7. To produce didactic material on any format or support that might contribute to improve the knowledge, divulgation and management of psoriasis within our medical specialty ; 8. To organize and promote courses, seminars, lectures, symposia aimed to continued medical education on psoriasis ; 9. To create, support and sponsor grants, awards, travel grants, teaching exchanges and fellowships aimed to promote research projects or professional perfectionment in psoriasis ; 10. The group is a non-profit organization ; This Group is national in scope and membership, collaborates with and depends on the Spanish Academy of Dermatology and Venereology. - Membership is restricted to the standing members of the Spanish Academy of Dermatology and Venereology who share the aims of the Group and request it in writing. Non-dermatologists specialized in psoriasis can become Associate members of the Group if sponsored by two members of the Ruling Committee. In both cases effective membership requires the approval of the Ruling Committee.

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