Centre of Evidence Based Dermatology

Eczema Care Online Toolkit goes live!


We are delighted to announce that the Eczema Care Online  website is now available online and can be shared widely. 

What is Eczema Care Online? 

The Eczema Care Online website is an online toolkit to support people with eczema to self-care.  The website provides Top Tips on how to live well with eczema and has been designed to be accessible, comprehensive and suitable for both adults and children. 

We hope that healthcare professionals will find this to be a useful resource to signpost patients to during clinical consultations and when prescribing/dispensing eczema treatments. 

The Eczema Care Online Toolkit is free to access and does not require registration. 

Please help us to spread the word 

Using the Eczema Care Online Toolkit has been shown to improve eczema severity and so we are asking for your help to spread the word about this comprehensive resource and to encourage its use in clinical practice.  

This toolkit has been developed as part of a National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) funded programme grant led by Dr Miriam Santer (University of Southampton) and Prof Kim Thomas (University of Nottingham) and has been developed with extensive input from people with eczema, clinical experts, health psychologists and the most up-to-date evidence. 

Please do feel free to share the link widely, to add links to clinical guidelines and care pathways, and to encourage colleagues and people with eczema to signpost to and use the website.  

If you prefer paper, then print out the Two Treatments Used Well leaflet, which also signposts to the Eczema Care Online Toolkit. 

If you would like further information about the Eczema Care Online research programme, please visit our website or contact the team on ECO@soton.ac.uk


Email: eco@soton.ac.uk 
Eczema Care Online Toolkit: www.EczemaCareOnline.org.uk  
Further information about the ECO research programme: www.nottingham.ac.uk/ECO  
Twitter: @ECO_eczema; @CEBDNottm 

This project is funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) under its Programme Grants for Applied Research programme (RP-PG-0216-20007). The views expressed are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of the NIHR or the Department of Health and Social Care. 

Posted on Tuesday 28th June 2022

Centre of Evidence Based Dermatology

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