EQUIPPING FUTURE PHYSICIANS
FOR THE REALITY OF RARE DISEASE
During this difficult time, it is important to take the extra steps to flatten the curve and raise the line. Respecting the social distancing measures and learning more about COVID-19 are the first steps to make this happen! For our healthcare workers, our more vulnerable, for all of us, let’s #raisetheline!
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In Fall 2017, a group of McGill Medical Students started the Rare Disease Interest Group (rareDIG), the first student-run, rare disease advocacy group in Canada. We aim to encourage medical students to adopt attitudes that will benefit patients with rare diseases and we continue to provide a platform that promotes discussion and action within our continuously expanding community; raising awareness of rare diseases as a whole. Developing insight into the challenges patients with rare diseases face will inform the advocacy efforts of our colleagues and encourage the creation of public policy that can reduce inequities in care.
We give people with rare diseases a platform to share their experiences and collaborate with medical students.
Innovation occurs when people with diverse perspectives come together to share ideas.