"Behavioural Dermatology - the combined approach to atopic skin disease"
pp20-22 March 2011 EXCHANGE
The UK National Eczema Society Members Magazine.
Behavioural medicine - of which behavioural dermatology is a part - links medicine with human behaviour to improve our understanding of physical illness, and therefore improve its treatment. Behavioural medicine takes account of the behaviour of everyone involved - practitioners and patients.
The Combined Approach to atopic eczema is an example of behavioural dermatology. It combines a very simple behaviour modification technique - habit reversal - to eliminate habitual scratching and enable natural healing, together with optimised conventional treatment, to provide a very successful treatment programme.
Read more now in this article from Exchange March 2011 pp 20-22
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