Following publication of the UK Strategy for Rare Diseases in November 2013, all four UK countries agreed to develop an implementation plan or high level strategies, relevant to their respective jurisdiction, to deliver the 51 commitments by 2020. This strategy aims to ensure that people living with a rare disease have access to the best care and treatment that health and social services and relevant partners can provide.
The Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety (DHSSPS) published a Statement of Intent in June 2014 which set out the Department’s approach to delivering the 51 commitments in Northern Ireland.
DHSSPS in association with members of the NI Rare Diseases Stakeholder Group (NIRDSG) have now developed the draft Northern Ireland Rare Diseases Implementation Plan. It sets out in detail how the Department proposes to deliver the 51 commitments, in partnership with the wider Health and Social Care system in Northern Ireland.
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For further details see http://www.dhsspsni.gov.uk/showconsultations?txtid=74325.