Data from: Identifying acne treatment uncertainties via a James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership

Alison M. Layton, Elizabeth Anne Eady, Maggie Peat, Heather Whitehouse, Nick J. Levell, Matthew J. Ridd, Fiona Cowdell, Mahendra G. Patel, Stephen Andrews, Christine Oxnard, Mark Fenton & Lester Firkins
Objectives: The Acne Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) was set up to identify and rank treatment uncertainties by bringing together people with acne and professionals providing care within and beyond the NHS. Setting: The UK with international participation. Participants: Teenagers and adults with acne, parents, partners, nurses, clinicians, pharmacists, private practitioners. Methods: Treatment uncertainties were collected via separate online harvesting surveys, embedded within the PSP website, for patients and professionals. A wide variety of approaches were...
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