Inform policy and decision makers on what it really means to live with a rare disease
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Who can join?
This global survey initiative is open to anyone from any country in the world who is living with a rare disease, as well their family members and carers. The more people who respond and share their experiences, the more powerful our voice will be! All responses are anonymous and will be kept in secure storage only accessible to our research team.
Participants can register from any country in the world.
How your voice makes a difference
Rare Barometer transforms your opinions and experiences about topics that directly affect you into facts and figures that can be shared with patient organisations, policy makers and the wider public, to drive real change for people living with a rare disease.
Actively involve patients in research on the topics that matter most to them
Create a cross-border community of people affected by a rare disease who act collectively to bring about change
I have always been an activist, in particular in fighting against my disease. I remember my first time at a Eurordia meeting some years age where I really understood how important scientific research is.
This programme is owned independently by EURORDIS and is a non-profit initiative; no commercial use of your details will be made at any time. The programme is guided by a EURORDIS Steering Committee and is supported by the Rare Barometer Programme Advisory Committee.Confidentiality
Rare Barometer benefits from the input of its Advisory Committee. This is a consultative committee comprised of expert individuals from a range of backgrounds (academia, corporate, policy). Final decisions on future topics to be explored through the programme are made by EURORDIS.Governance
Contact the Rare Barometer team
If you have any questions, or would like to discuss opportunities for collaborating or supporting the Rare Barometer programme, please contact:
Rare Barometer Programme Senior Manager