Psoriasis & Psoriatic Arthritis ECHO

Contact Us

Cardon Smith
Project Coordinator 
Phone: 385-707-7284

Coming July 17, 2020


About the Psoriasis/Psoriatic Disease Education Series

Patients with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis present with complex medical issues and therapeutic challenges. Getting them in to see a dermatologist or rheumatologist can be a difficult, especially if they live far from an academic medical center.

To address these challenges, we invite you to participate in the Intermountain region’s first Psoriasis/Psoriatic Arthritis ECHO. Hosted by the University of Utah’s two leading psoriatic disease experts (Dr. Kristina Callis Duffin, dermatologist, and Dr. Jessica Walsh, rheumatologist), this Project ECHO series will serve as a way to improve upon your expertise and provide a collaborative forum for discussing management challenges. The series is structured as a virtual grand rounds via Zoom wherein the hosts will provide a short didactic session followed by case discussions sent in by the participants.

With the support of a grant from the Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis Clinics Multicenter Advancement Network (PPACMAN) and accredited by the University of Utah Office of Continuing Medical Education, this Project ECHO series is free of charge and open to any level of provider. Additionally, there are free Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits available for physicians and APCs who participate.


Your Hosts

Kristina Callis Duffin, MD, MS, dermatologist and Co-Chair of University of Utah’s Department of Dermatology, and Jessica Walsh, MD , rheumatologist and Director of the Spondyloarthritis Clinic, have conducted the Intermountain region’s only combined psoriasis/psoriatic arthritis multispecialty clinic for a decade.

Session Schedule

July 17  noon - 1pm
July 31  noon - 1pm
Aug 21  noon - 1pm
Sep 11  noon - 1pm
Oct 2  noon - 1pm
Oct 16  noon - 1pm
Nov 20  noon - 1pm
Dec 4  noon - 1pm