Eczema Inside Out Resources
Help bolster communication and self-advocacy by exploring resources developed for members of the eczema community, including patients, caregivers, and healthcare providers (HCPs).
Discussion Guide for People Living with Eczema
Starting a conversation with your doctor about your eczema (also called atopic dermatitis or atopic eczema) symptoms can be overwhelming and difficult to handle. This downloadable guide can help you navigate your next doctor’s appointment by offering tools to help you prepare for an open dialogue with your physician and set goals for how to manage your eczema.
Open Dialogues: A Patient Perspective on Shared Decision Making
In this video, Anne Marre shares her experiences with eczema and her journey finding the right healthcare provider for her individual needs.
Eczema Caregiver’s Guide
Caring for someone with eczema can sometimes be difficult and feel overwhelming. This guide aims to help caregivers feel more prepared. This guide has it all: a list of questions to ask at a doctor’s appointment, visuals of physical symptoms, tips on how you can ensure you’re taking care of yourself, and more.
Explore these frequently asked questions from patient advocacy organizations around the world to help support you on your eczema journey.
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The Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia's (AAA) vision is to improve the quality of life of those living with allergic disease including atopic dermatitis (eczema). Guided by a Medical Advisory Board, they have a wealth of trusted information and trained health professionals to respond to people needing information and support.
The Asociación de Afectados por la Dermatitis Atópica (AADA – Spain) provides a “101” on eczema in Spanish, touching on facts around diagnosis, symptoms, disease onset, and more.
The Eczema Association Australasia (EAA) answers fundamental questions on the causes, symptoms, and complications related to eczema. In addition, an FAQ offers access to a summary of their Eczema Impact Report, a study reviewing how eczema affects individuals over a 25-year period.
Eczema Support Australia (ESA): 1. Connecting Australians affected by eczema so that no one living with eczema feels isolated or alone. 2. Informing and educating Australians affected by eczema so they are equipped to cope with the condition. 3. Advocating for practical support to improve the lives of Australians affected by eczema.
GlobalSkin's patient education campaign, AltogetherEczema, provides an FAQ that answers questions about eczema, the campaign, and ways to get involved with your local patient organization.
The IAAD offers an information pack with tips, explanations, and an FAQ in Hebrew. Covering topics including strategies of coping with the day-to-day life struggles, the effect of the environment, triggers to the skin and more.
The Irish Skin Foundation (ISF) shares a comprehensive booklet on key facts to know about eczema, including an explanation of potential triggers and tips to manage symptoms and flare-ups.
The National Eczema Association (NEA) offers a comprehensive FAQ for those looking for more information at all stages of their eczema journey.
The Skin Health Institute (SHI) is a leading expert on eczema management, focusing on topics including impact of diet, triggers to avoid, and how to repair the skin barrier.