Living with atopic dermatitis or eczema can be frustrating, and what can make it worse is the lack of information and research available for patients and their loved ones. Many people quickly jump online to research the ins and outs of atopic eczema but have trouble finding reliable information. Even more difficult can be finding someone who has actually been through atopic dermatitis to connect with and share experiences.
How can a survey help?
The Atopic Dermatitis In America survey is an annual survey on AtopicDermatitis.net that seeks to close some of these gaps. The survey covers “basics” like diagnosis and treatment experiences, but also dives into the nitty-gritty parts of living with eczema, like the emotional impact and the seemingly “small” day-to-day challenges.
How does my participation help?
Each person that takes the survey contributes to a better understanding of atopic dermatitis and can help others who are going through it feel less alone. Sharing experiences in the survey can reveal how similar each person’s journey with eczema is, as well as the differences that make each journey unique.
What happens after I take the survey?
After the survey closes each year, the Editorial Team at AtopicDermatitis.net takes your responses and creates an infographic filled with information about life with eczema. But that’s not all – over the year, we publish articles based on learnings from the survey, like this one about experiences with diagnosis and healthcare providers or this one about symptoms and complications. Each article published, using responses from the survey, contributes to the information available to those affected by atopic dermatitis and helps them connect with those who have walked the same path.
The 2019 survey
The Atopic Dermatitis In America 2019 survey is now open! Click here or the button below to share your experiences in the survey. One voice may seem like it won’t make a difference, but each voice can change how others perceive life with eczema and bring comfort to someone coping with his or her diagnosis.