The chief executive officer at the British Skin Foundation (BSF), Matthew Patey, has received an OBE in the New Years Honours list
The British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) has issued a warning against the use of unvalidated food allergy testing for different skin conditions, following the results of two studies presented at the virtual BAD annual meeting.
UK charity British Skin Foundation (BSF) and ITN Productions Industry News are co-producing a new programme on skin.
The British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) has released statistics indicating that during COVID-19, 59% of healthcare workers seen in occupational skin disease clinics have been affected by irritant contact dermatitis, due to increased PPE use and frequent hand washing.
A new recent report published by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Skin (APPGS) suggests that there is a lack of mental health support available for patients with skin conditions.
A new study published in Dermatology Surgery indicates that a blunt-blade subcision procedure was effective in treating atrophic acne scars with mild adverse effects.
The British Skin Foundation (BSF) and ITN Productions Industry News will be co-producing a new TV programme looking at skin stigma, skin disease and mental health, misinformation and developments in dermatology.
London-based consultant dermatologist Dr Anjali Mahto will release a new book titled The Skincare Bible: Your No-Nonsense Guide to Having Great Skin aiming to educate patients about skin on April 5.
Study results published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology suggest a family history of acne and various lifestyle factors are associated with adult acne in women.
UK charity The British Skin Foundation (BSF) and production company ITN Productions Industry News have co-produced a programme called More Than Skin Deep.