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#GOALS has been developed and funded by Eli Lilly and Company in partnership with international patient groups and medical experts working in atopic eczema.
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Set Your #GOALS

Life with atopic eczema can feel frustrating, but setting goals can help you take control.

Atopic dermatitis, also known as atopic eczema, is a long-term condition that appears as patches of itchy, dry, cracked and sore skin. Despite often being considered a childhood disease, the condition can appear at any age and affects up to 10% of adults around the world.1,2

Hear from our panel of experts to learn more about how setting your #GOALS works in the real world.

Andrew Proctor, Chief Executive, National Eczema Society

How the #GOALS campaign can support you

Start setting your #GOALS

We know that when you visit your doctor or nurse, the appointment can often feel too short and you may not have time to speak to them about all the different ways in which atopic eczema is impacting your life.

This questionnaire has been created to support you in discussions with your doctor or nurse, to address the areas of your life which are most difficult to control because of atopic eczema.

Complete the questionnaire

This questionnaire is intended for those already diagnosed with atopic eczema and is not a diagnosis tool.

You can also download a version of this questionnaire to print at home and complete.

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  1. Atopic eczema. NHS. Available from: . Last Accessed: November 2022
  2. Silverwood R et al. Atopic eczema in adulthood and morality: UK population-based cohort study, 1998-2016. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. 2021:147(5):1753-1763