The World Psoriasis Happiness Report continues to explore happiness and psoriasis, with a focus on how current measures of quality of life might be improved to reflect what really matters for people living with psoriasis.
The report analyses responses collected through PsoHappy.org between July 2016 and August 2018, a total of over 230,000 people living with self-reported psoriasis around the world.
‘Happiness, both as an individual aim and a macro-economic goal, can help us design better approaches to improving the mental, social and physical well-being of people living with psoriasis. The World Psoriasis Happiness Reports are crucial milestones in our mission for patient well-being.’
CEO of the Health & Happiness Foundation