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Patients with skin of color are particularly affected by lupus, and they have poorer disease outcomes than white patients. Several factors related with confidence level at univariate level; however, the multivariate model found experience as the only significant predictor of hope. Providers have significantly less confidence assessing lupus-related rashes in P-SOC than in patients with fair skin, according to the provider. Our review shows that experience positively correlates with hope, and that actions that improve practitioners' exposure to and familiarity with these rashes in P-SOC can increase clinical satisfaction as well as patient outcomes.
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