Have you ever been to your dermatologist and left feeling like they didn’t listen?

Did you ever feel like your appointment was a waste of time? Like your dermatologist threw the same old creams to you and expected you to just get on with it?

Getting what you want, and what you need from your dermatologist can be hard. No one teaches you how to get the most from a medical specialist, but there are definitely tips, tricks and hacks that you can use to get the most from your dermatologist.

This is what we are talking about today with Alisha Bridges. You will take away tried and tested solutions to some of the common challenges you face when meeting with your dermatologist. This is the episode I wish I had when I was starting out, I hope you enjoy it 🙂

Who is Alisha Bridges?

Alisha is a community ambassador for the National Psoriasis Foundation and has served her community in countless ways to help give a better understanding of what’s it’s like to live with psoriasis. Her life motto is the following: “My purpose is to change the hearts of people by creating empathy and compassion for those the least understood through transparency of self, patient advocacy, and dermatology.”
You can find her on Twitter, Instagram and on her blog.

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One last thing!

In this episode we talk about top tips to improve our interactions with our dermatologists – I am making a PDF resource to help us get the most from our dermatologists which will be crammed full of the best bts from our interview with Alisha and also with Consultant Dermatologist Dr Jon Goulding (episode 11). If you dont want to miss it then join up to my mailing list and you will get it as soon as it is released (or subscribe to the podcast and I will give a shout out).

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