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Living with Psoriatic Arthritis

EU report

“Living with PsA” is a syndicated report which offers valuable insights into patient attitudes and behaviour.

We recognise pharma brands need access to unique patient insights if they are to develop effective products, treatments and relevant communications messages. Living with PsA is designed to provide in-depth understanding of the PsA disease patient journey, from diagnosis through treatment and ongoing management. The report unveils patients attitudes, needs and support required at key stages of the journey.

Gain an in-depth understanding of:

  • The PsA patient
  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment
  • Relationship with HCP
  • Unmet needs and support desired
  • Awareness of new treatments
  • Information sought on PsA
  • Segmentation analysis


Living with Psoriatic Arthritis EU


Quant: 30-minute online survey with patients living with PsA
Qual: 30-minute qualitative telephone interviews

Countries France Germany Italy Spain  UK Total 



Italy54 Spain53 UK54 EU267
Sample considerations
  • Patients diagnosed with PsA; 112 male; 140 female
  • Adult patients age split 18-39 years (27%), 40-60 years (58%), 61+ years (15%)
  • Quotas to capture patients receiving cDMARDs-only (50%) and advanced therapies (biologics, biosimilars, PDE4 inhibitors and JAK inhibitors) (50%) 

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Mariel Metcalfe

Director, Head of Living With

Mariel is the Head of Living With and has 18 years of pharmaceutical market research experience in a wide variety of qualitative and quantitative methodologies, including global tracker research and segmentation. She has worked in a variety of therapy areas including infectious, autoimmune, respiratory and metabolic diseases. Mariel has extensive experience in patient insights and is committed to bringing the patient voice to life. She has written multiple articles and hosts the podcast ‘Living with Chronic Illness’ which is designed to give a voice to patients suffering from chronic conditions.