Add your voice to survey on hair loss

Alopecia surveyWhat aspects of prevention, diagnosis and treatment of hair loss need to improve is the focus of a survey by The Hair Loss Priority Setting Partnership (PSP).

Hair loss (alopecia) is a common problem with a variety of causes. 

It can often be distressing for the people affected including carers, family and friends. By taking part in this process, people with alopecia and those treating the condition can actively participate and contribute to the next wave of research projects within the UK.

The Hair Loss PSP is an initiative steered by leading UK clinicians & patients, Alopecia UK, the British Hair and Nail Society, and The James Lind Alliance.

Have you ever had a question about the prevention, diagnosis or treatment of hair loss (alopecia) and not been able to find out the answer?

Are there aspects of hair loss which you feel could benefit from research?

You can access the Hair Loss PSP survey online or visit Alopecia UK for more information.

You may also be interested in an article from our monthly magazine, The Psychologist, by Dr Nigel Hunt CPsychol and Dr Sue McHale CPsychol called ‘The psychological impact of alopecia’.