The International Psoriasis Council (IPC) is a community of physician experts working to improve the health of people with psoriasis around the world.
Answering the call from the World Health Organization to train physicians to better care for people with psoriasis, IPC focuses on helping dermatologists build expertise in psoriasis management.
To this end, IPC harnesses the collective expertise of its 100+ physicians to educate other physicians on a range of topics related to psoriasis management. Courses are presented live via webinar or video on-demand. To reinforce its psoriasis curriculum, IPC publishes resources, tools, and information available at no cost to clinicians. All of IPC’s educational offerings are developed and presented by IPC Board Members and IPC Councilors, who are all recognized as key opinion leaders in the field of psoriasis.
Additionally, IPC conducts research in areas critical to improving psoriasis care overall. These include developing a global epidemiological resource on psoriasis, reconsidering how disease severity is measured, and publishing a consensus statement on the use of biosimilars for the treatment of psoriasis.
Founded in 2004 as a US-based, nonprofit organization, IPC is guided by a board of directors and supported day-to-day by its staff of nonprofit leaders.
We believe that psoriasis patients, no matter where they live in the world, no matter how complex their symptoms, should have access to the best care available to them and that ultimately a world without psoriasis is possible.
We believe that psoriasis patients, no matter where they live in the world, no matter how complex their symptoms, should have access to the best care available to them. Please join us in making this possible.