Thank you for taking part in this important effort on behalf of the American Academy of Dermatology and the International League of Dermatologic Societies. Our hope is that information you and others provide will help us understand dermatologic manifestations of the monkeypox virus, as well as skin reactions to the monkeypox vaccine. This survey is for all health care professionals taking care of either (a) patients with monkeypox or (b) patients who have received a smallpox/monkeypox vaccine and developed a skin reaction that you wish to report.
The case report form should take about 5-7 minutes to complete. Patient identifiers such as name or date of birth will not be collected. All de-identified information will be kept strictly confidential and will only be shared with researchers compiling information. Data will be stored on a secure Redcap server at Massachusetts General Hospital. Information and updates will be shared via the monkeypox American Academy of Dermatology website. This registry is for health care professionals from all countries.
The success of this collaborative effort depends on active participation by our international health care community to obtain accurate and reliable information.
MONKEYPOX REGISTRY IS FOR PHYSICIANS AND HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS ONLY
Please only enter a case if you are a physician or health care professional. Patients should not enter their own cases.
If you are a patient who would like your case included, share the link www.aad.org/monkeypoxregistry with the person providing your care. Want to learn more about monkeypox and what it looks like? Visit our content for the public about monkeypox.
Physicians and other health care providers can click below to enter data into the Dermatology Monkeypox Registry.Access the registry
By clicking on this link, you acknowledge and agree that the American Academy of Dermatology is not responsible for the collection, maintenance, use, analysis, or disclosure of the data you submit to the Harvard Derm-Monkeypox database, and that you are responsible for ensuring that you have the authority to submit the data you provide to the database and for de-identifying any Protected Health Information that you submit to the database in accordance with the applicable HIPAA regulations. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.