Rob Camp

Rob Camp has been part of EURORDIS as a consultant in patient group growth since 2008.

His first project, Rare Together, helps national patient groups unite into European disease-specific federations. The Clinical Trials Charter helps patient groups, unified or not, to speak with a robust voice to sponsors when trials and other patient-centred schemes are put together.

POLKA, his most recent project, looks at quality of care in European Centres of Expertise. Rob also serves on their Drug Information Transparency and Access (DITA) task force and has recently finished a soon-to-be-opened questionnaire on Off-Label use.

Rob has been involved in the US AIDS Treatment Activists Coalition (ATAC) since January 2003, and in its Drug Development Committee. Rob has also served as co-chair of the DDC. He’s worked closely on getting DDC to meet with all the relevant pharmaceutical companies in HIV since 2004 (over 25 company meetings from 2003-2008). He helped put together two meetings with FDA (in 2003 and 2005).

He helped in implementing international patient advocacy and education in Europe. He worked with the European AIDS Treatment Group from 1995 - 2002, the final year and a half as Executive Director. He started in HIV advocacy in 1991 in Spain as a member of ACT UP Barcelona. He integrated into a Barcelona NGO as treatment counsellor and editor of their treatment bulletin. He then helped create two national treatment teams in Spain, FIT and GTT, both of which are still in action today.

 
 
La voix des patients atteints de maladies rares en EuropeEURORDIS Donnant la voix, à l'international, aux personnes vivant avec une maladie rareRare Disease International Pour rapprocher patients, familles et experts sur un forum modéré multilingue, où partager leurs expériences. RareConnect Le programme Rare Barometer est une initiative d’EURORDIS qui vise à réaliser des sondages pour transformer les expériences des patients de maladie rare en faits et chiffres à communiquer aux décideurs politiques.Rare Barometer Campagne internationale de sensibilisation organisée chaque année le dernier jour de février, la Journée Internationale des Maladies Rares est une initiative d'EURORDISRare Disease Day Participez au plus grand événement réunissant tous les acteurs des maladies rares en Europe lors de Conférence européenne bisannuelle sur les maladies rares et les médicaments orphelins (European Conference on Rare Diseases and Orphan Products, ou ECRD). L'ECRD est une initiative d'EURORDISEuropean Conference on Rare Diseases