Websites and educational materials are available to support clinicians in treating their patients with skin of color.
National Psoriasis Foundation
The National Psoriasis Foundation provides an abundance of information for clinicians and patients.
The Skin of Color Resources for Health Care Providers offers podcasts, webinars, and videos to help clinicians recognize, diagnose, and manage psoriasis in patients with skin of color.
In this webinar, Tiffany Mayo, MD, discusses the features of psoriasis, the challenges affecting diagnosis, treatment options, and tips for treating patients with skin of color.
In this podcast, Mona Shahriari, MD, shares how psoriasis presents in skin of color, the potential for misdiagnosis, cultural beliefs, and more, to help all clinicians provide the best care for this population.
RheuMuseum is an interactive site with tours, videos, and guidelines to help clinicians treat patients with psoriatic arthritis. The innovative site covers comorbidities, clinical manifestations, and other critical information.
Skin of Color Society
The Skin of Color Society website provides information for clinicians and patients about many skin conditions, from acne to vitiligo, and has a section devoted to psoriasis. Clinicians can find resources including textbooks, videos, blog articles, and more to offer guidance in treating patients with skin of color.
Skin of Color Resource for Clinicians to Share With Patients
Global Healthy Living Foundation
Global Healthy Living Foundation provides many resources to those living with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. Providers can direct patients to the helpful features, which include patient guides and information on how to get involved in studies of psoriasis. The Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) Patient Voices page focuses on patients with skin of color living with psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis.