Atopic eczema (also known as atopic dermatitis) is regarded as the most common form of eczema and is estimated to affect more than 10% of the population here in the UK. 140,000 babies born in this country are also diagnosed with atopic eczema in the first year of their lives.
At EXeczema®, we’re doing everything we can to reduce and then eradicate that horrifying statistic and actively seek the support of anyone that can help us.
However, our main task at present is appealing to dermatologists who will take on our teenage and adult eczema patients. In contrast to pre-teens with atopic eczema, teenage and adult sufferers often have other skin conditions that can exacerbate their eczema. We are not equipped to address these other conditions which usually only become apparent once the patient is able to successfully move on from their eczema.
Here at EXeczema®, our expertise is best suited to the parents of pre-teens with atopic eczema and through our new digital product, we explain eczema.
Our digital learning programme, Explain Eczema, was designed for the parents of pre-teen children with atopic eczema. The programme features 7 video steps and a digital copy of Dr Harley Farmer’s must-read book: What is eczema? A path to ending the misery. Throughout Explain Eczema, we present medical facts from peer-reviewed medical articles – facts that these parents haven’t been shown before. This information, along with Dr Harley’s clear and refreshing content, provides parents with a new knowledge and understanding of their child’s atopic eczema and skin. Ultimately, this allows them to explain eczema themselves – learning what the skin condition actually is and discovering what is causing it. What do you think happens when they identify and remove the cause of their child’s eczema?
Although the valuable knowledge and medical facts that we share in Explain Eczema are also helpful to teenage and adult eczema patients, we make it clear that it would be more beneficial for these individuals to have their eczema explained to them by a medical expert and in a specialist setting, just in case an additional skin complaint becomes apparent once their eczema has disappeared. This is why we are appealing to dermatologists.
We Need Your Assistance
We are actively seeking experts in dermatology to whom we can refer our teenage and adult eczema patients. By utilising the facts shared in Explain Eczema you will be able to change their lives.
Would you like to take on these clients of ours? Please contact us or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information and with any questions you may have.