About this Irish Skin Foundation survey

The aim of this survey is to learn more about the people living with atopic eczema and other forms of eczema in Ireland. 

Atopic eczema (or atopic dermatitis) is the most common form of eczema.  It is recognisable by red, dry, itchy skin, which can sometimes weep, become blistered, crusted and thickened. Atopic eczema is most often seen on the inner sides of the arms at the elbow creases and wrists, behind the knees, and on the face and neck, but can affect other parts of the body. 

The survey will take you about 10 minutes to complete.  Your answers are anonymous and completely confidential.  We will use the information gathered to inform our advocacy and policy work on behalf of people with eczema. Thank you for your help in advance!   

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* 1. Before beginning the survey, which of the following best describes you: