Atopic Dermatitis Control Tool (ADCT) has been scientifically validated to assess atopic dermatitis control status in adult and adolescent patients (12 years and older). To use ADCT correctly, a patient must answer all six ADCT questions by selecting the most appropriate answer. Patients should use ADCT in their own language.
ADCT was developed to facilitate patient-physician discussion on control of atopic dermatitis. ADCT is not intended to replace the physician’s medical judgment in diagnosing and treating the patient.
Use in individual clinical practice:
Please ensure that ADCT is used in the context and with the standards it has been designed and validated for. You can find more information on the correct clinical use of ADCT here
Use in scientific studies or research projects:
Scientific studies must ensure that ADCT is used in the context and with the standards it has been designed and validated for
Scientific studies must cite the reference publication:
Pariser DM, et al. Evaluating patient-perceived control of atopic dermatitis: design, validation, and scoring of the Atopic Dermatitis Control Tool (ADCT). Curr Med Res Opin (2019)
When presenting ADCT, the correct ADCT copyright notice must be displayed on all pages/screens on which the tool is presented
Users must never duplicate, transfer or publish the tool without indicating the correct copyright notice
The correct copyright notice is included on all ADCT materials on this website and can be found directly under the last question of ADCT:
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