Morag Lenman

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ExtEnt of thE unDErDIagnosIs Psoriasis arthritis (PsA) is a chronic, inflammatory disease, affecting predominantly skin and joints (Figure 1). Skin psoriasis develops before arthritis in the majority of cases, with a typical time lag of 5 to 10 years. However, around 20% of PsA patients never develop psoriasis.1 The prevalence of psoriasis in the UK is(More)
is good at documenting a basic level of competence. With a sensible reduction in ‘log entry’ volume and a rethink on the content and purpose of the clinical supervisor’s report, the ePortfolio could be a fantastic aid to training. That said, what I really value in training is dedicated tutorial time with experienced GPs to talk through challenging cases and(More)
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