Rare disease community is one of the largest patient populations in the world estimated to be 350 million of people. Collectively common, rare diseases pose a significant medical and economic burden for health systems worldwide. In this respect, rare diseases are considered a priority of public health. The study is a review aimed to determine whether there is evidence that education plays a key role in building sustainable health system and will allow better health and well-being for people with rare diseases to be achieved. This review shows evidence that providing quality education through different ways and actions the lives of people suffering from a rare disease and their families can be improved.
- Delivery of Health Care/economics
- Education, Medical/economics
- Patient Education as Topic/economics
- Public Health
- Rare Diseases/therapy