Atypical HUS Diagnosis: 2021 Survey of Patient Experiences
aHUS Global Action – Patient & Caregiver Insights & Pathways
“The patient’s journey to aHUS diagnosis is as individual as the patients themselves.”
The aHUS alliance Global Action conducted a survey to provide an the opportunity for adult patients and aHUS pediatric caregivers around the world to share their own experience and perception of the aHUS diagnosis process.
Open from 25 November 2020 through 19 January 2021, the survey goals were to capture diagnosis process timelines, aHUS symptom severity and its impact on health. The 42 question poll, with 227 participants across all 7 continents, provided the opportunity to gain more understanding of the atypical HUS diagnosis pathway and what patients thought or felt about their experiences. Greater awareness of this very rare disease can foster more rapid and accurate diagnosis of atypical HUS, which may lead to research advancements and promote better patient outcomes. Collectively that evidence of patient perceptions can be used to inform, educate and help shape better diagnosis experiences for those yet to suffer an aHUS onset.
SURVEY LAUNCH – PURPOSE & Background
Info & 2021 aHUS Survey RESULTS
Our PREVIOUS aHUS Alliance Global Action SURVEYS
2016 aHUS Global Poll – OVERVIEW: Methodology & Insights
2016 aHUS Global Poll: Survey Questions
2016 aHUS Global Poll – RESULTS
GRAPHS and Info for Questions 1-15
GRAPHS and Info for Questions 16-30
GRAPHS and Info for Questions 31-45
2016 aHUS Global Poll: White Papers
Providing an interpretation of 2016 poll data in the context of aHUS research, on two key global issues:
* Access to aHUS Treatment
* aHUS and Dialysis Insights
aHUS Alliance Global Poll 2014 – in partnership with RareConnect
Open from 17 February to 7 March 2014, the survey provided information and insights from 214 respondents, replying in 6 different languages across 17 nations.
Living with Atypical Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome Poll Results (slides, from RareConnect.org)
2014 aHUS Poll – InfoGraphic
UPDATED Survey Results will Continue in 2022
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