Join the EmPPOWER Study

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Are you living with plaque psoriasis?

The National Psoriasis Foundation wants to improve the lives of people living with plaque psoriasis. You can help, and earn up to $100, by joining a new clinical trial that studies the impact of psoriasis education on treatment outcomes and overall quality of life. You will not have to switch treatments.

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Why should I participate?

• Get compensated $25 every three months, while enabling health care providers learn how to best care for their patients. (A total of $100 for participation.)

• Contribute to our understanding of psoriasis and help others living with the disease.

• This clinical trial is low in risk, as it studies the impact of education on treatment outcomes. You will not be required to change treatment.

Who is eligible?

• You must be 18 years of age or older and live in the United States.

• You must be diagnosed with plaque psoriasis and be currently experiencing disease symptoms.

What should I expect?

• This is a year-long study for people living with plaque psoriasis.

• You will not be required to change treatments.

• All participants will be asked to complete health assessments periodically by answering survey questions and capturing images of their disease via a mobile application. These may take as long as 45 minutes to complete.

• You may be asked to read or watch some educational resources, have a phone call with an NPF patient navigator, and bring materials to visits with your health care provider to incorporate into your regular care.

• You will be compensated with a gift card every three months of active participation.

Find Out If You Are Eligible

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